Well...see if all your basic system functions (video, sound, networking, USB) are functioning correctly.
If they are, then you don't need those particular drivers.
Many, if not all, systems still come with dialup modems installed. If you have not installed the drivers for it, then it may be reflected as one of the two devices still requiring drivers (unless it's disabled in the BIOS).
If you have any additional items installed via PCI card on your system, then it may be reflected.
May not apply, but worth reading, IMO: How to prevent and remove 'phantom' devices - http://windowssecrets.com/comp/070405
and More ways to prevent phantom devices - WindowsSecrets.com - http://windowssecrets.com/2007/04/12/02-Mo...phantom-devices
If your drivers CD has an autorun/autoinstall feature (most of mine do), then just insert it and run it. It may reflect your system drivers and only install those which need to be installed. This may not work, since drivers CDs seem to vary in how they operate.