Kind of more of an idea then a complex instruction but one that hadn't hit me before and made me go "Why didn't I do this before"?
Magnetic screwdrivers are very handy for keeping screws, especially those so small they are barely visible, stuck to the screwdriver. However, also very unhandy around disks, hard drives, TV sets, etc and not all screwdrivers are in the first place and can be in the way getting the screws off it. With a ferromagnetic but not magnetized screwdriver and a neodyme magnet, you can have it both ways.
Step 1: Put It On
Attach the neodyme to the screwdriver. This temporarily magnetizes the whole thing, strength depending on magnet and closeness to the tip.