Your product manufacturer required you to download a driver for your device from their website. Thank you for your response. I tried downloading the driver from NVidia, with the same results. Message 1 of Learn more This is a HP USER community forum. Have a great day!!!
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And Windows 7 can run and install Vista drivers that is now known but at the time it wasn’t know to HP. I’ve tried to download it three times and it won’t work.
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Message 7 of Message 1 of Message 6 of I was able amdd instal it using the 64 bit version but I assume it will work for the other version too as long as it is the correct one for your system. Microsoft tells me to go the display manufacturer for support.
Everything becomes obsolete and expecting support beyond the warranty period unless your wanting to pay monthly charge which I doubt you want to do and probably won’t come cheap. I get a sneaky suspicion they won’t because my computer is not new enough.
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I have the same question. Message 9 of I am so incredibly disappointed that HP hasn’t done it. Someone will have to pay for that work. All forum topics Previous Topic Next Topic.
I imagine there are millions of these PCs still in use. Learn more This is hamer HP USER community forum. This worked like a charm on my bit notebook.
Tell Windows to search in the following directory which should have been created by the application that was downloaded “C: NVidia support pointed me here. I tried downloading the driver from NVidia, with the same results. Just image how many old system they would have to support? Message nflrce of Note on archived topics. Select the appropriate one for your system.
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I’ve been at this all day. Not to get on too high a soapbox, but o thers on the forum here make the point that HP can’t support their hardware forver, and I understand and agree with that.