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03-03-2010 11:42 AM - edited 03-03-2010 10:04 PM
nVidia Chipset (Install and reboot before other drivers) here
Once you have internet connection again,go to Control Panel and run Windows Update manually, choosing to also see Optional updates. You should get Nvidia Graphics driver and Audio & Modem drivers. You may need to reboot and run more than once.
If not use>>Modded drivers for nVidia GeForce GO 6150M, 7150M, 7200M, 7400M cards (ver 186.81):
1. Download driver here (for Win7 32 bit) or here (for Win7 64 bit ) double click and select extract,
2. Download from this site also INF Modified and replace original INF in extracted folder.Run Setup from within the folder
And>>Conexant HD Audio and Modem ,use Your Vista drivers
Other drivers you will need, not supplied by WU.
HP Quick Launch Buttons for Win 7 here
Broadcom Wireless here (ver 22.214.171.124 for 32/64 bit Win7)
Ricoh 5-1 Card Reader Driver here
Synaptics touchpad here
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03-04-2010 03:13 AM
At last the Link for the Display Driver Worked
LOLZ, the Driver Provided By Nvidia - 6150 Win7 x64 Did Not Work But
the Tampered inf did the Trick I wonder Why the Original Driver Did Not Work
Comming Back to my Network Issues, They Still Not Work.
They Get Installed Correctly... Get Detected and every things fine...
but, my net Does not get connected...
On Pinging Default Gateway, It shows lots of Drop in the Package.... The DNS also has the same Issue
I wonder Why are they not capable of getting the Network.
The Network works perfectly fine on my Desktop So there's no problem with the Modem and my WiMax Connection.
Even This Will Require some Modified inf file to get Started
Thanks Once Again for the Display Drivers, I am gonna Download the Other Drivers and Post the Feedback
03-08-2010 09:51 AM
Prior to migrating to Windows 7 from Windows XP did you run the Windows 7 Upgrade Advisor?
To determine if your current computer configuration will be compatible with Windows 7 please go to the following link: http://tinyurl.com/no4xb7
Another resource to verify compatibility is available at the Microsoft Windows 7 Compatibility Center located at the following link: http://bit.ly/1gW6Ns
Microsoft Windows Client Team
04-25-2010 01:30 AM
Well, Network drivers did not work.... :'(
all other drivers were succesful, bt without network its useless....n
I hv finally given up, and now m happily using openSuSe
better than Windows and found all the drivers , even my stupid USB router drivers (D-Link GLB ADSL+ 502T)....
I was also tring to search for 502T USB drivers bt no support DLink (the website sucks...) for Windows 7
anyways now finally SuSe rocks
thanks for helping me...
04-25-2010 01:34 AM
na Jessica, I never was able to do that,
my Vista was crashed badly, n recovery DVD did not help me, so I completely Formated the dumb lapppy
got exited n installed windows 7 thought network wont be a Prob, bt windows 7 did not install my network drivers....
so no chance for win7 advisory or compatability reports....
thanks for the suggessitions...
if ever I m back on windows, will first run this test
05-06-2010 12:40 PM
I have been having more Problems now, and this is a serious problem :'(
My Lappy jst do not start at all, it takes about 15-20 minutes to shop up the HP logo and then follows the grub...
In this 15-20 minutes, my lappy restarts several times automatically, the power led turns off and den again back on, I wonder that is the problem...
Sometimes the Lappy is just dead, and I have to turn off and on several times...
The Screen Is just blank, once it shows the HP logo then everything is fine, n goes smooth....
bt for the hp logo to appear it takes more than 15-20 minutes :'(
More over the battery jst donot get charged at all, bt the battery is working fine on my another HP laptop without any problem, It also gets charged over there...
the moment I turn off the lappy and den again start up after several hours, the time is reset to some 1-jan-2006 (looks a default time)...
does this mean I gotta replace cmos battery???
Do I need an bios update??? My version is "F 2.7"
We have an Bios Update of "F 3.D" but it is showing for Vista,
I am having OpenSuse 11.0 and Windows 7.
Can I update it to this BIOS??? will it support???
I google a lot for my problems and found the below link, which has a similar symptoms for my blank screen n battery..