Welcome to Bleepingcomputer.
Here is what I do.
First off all drivers are usually part of than executable file, with the file extension .EXE
If I wanted to save the .exe files or the various .sys files to a disk, I will simply drag them to the disk, using a disk burn utility.
If I wanted to make the disk to be similar to an original OEM or commercial type installation disk with auto run ability, I would create a text file called AUTORUN
Inside the text file you would type the following text:
Note: This is just an example using Quake 3 Arena.
This text sample below is what would be written into the contents of the text file called AUTORUN[autorun]
You would substitute the third line if it WAS needed to the name of your executable file's associated icon.
But the first two lines above would be needed to auto run the .exe file automatically.
The icon would be the graphic image you would see attached to the button showing INSTALL, that sometimes pops up on the screen, this is the image file that shows the title of the game in an image, similar to a .jpeg image.
You would need to copy the setup.exe file and in the case of the icon, the icon that is associated to the game.
So the disk in question would only have 3 files on it.
AUTORUN (The text file. Must have this for auto run)
SETUP.EXE (The programs executable file. Most important file to have.)
ICON (if needed, but NOT always)
Other than that, you can put all your executables on a disk together and click each one as needed, there IS NO specific program you need besides a disk burning program.
In fact, Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7 have a burn program built in, that will move files to a BLANK writable disk.
Hope this helps. Any further questions or concerns, please feel free to ask.
Edited by MrBruce1959, 04 October 2010 - 06:43 PM.