02-18-2011 04:05 AM
Hi... can any1 help me to find out the base system device driver Presario V3000 for windows 7?
The product name presario v3000 and the p/n is RQ139PA#UUF..thx a lot
02-18-2011 05:06 AM
Did you just complete a clean install of Windows 7 or was it a Recovery?
04-21-2011 05:55 AM
hey , im facing the same problem , i have pv3000 and i installed windows 7 for the first time , the device manager shows me the yellow icon on the base system device, can you please explain to me how to fix this !!
04-21-2011 08:15 AM
That is your missing card reader drivers. Use the Vista driver and it should work fine.
11-07-2012 07:36 PM - edited 11-07-2012 07:42 PM
im also have the same problem..im just trying to use windows 7 and the oudio not working ...please help....tq..p/n V3040TU
11-12-2012 07:51 AM
What exactly is the nature of the sound not working?
What is the history of the unit? Is it using the original operating system it came with?
Is it using an operating system it did not come with? If so, was this an in-place upgrade or a clean install? Also, what operating system is it using?
The product number V3040TU did not load anything for me. This is probably because the unit it links to is not in the market where I am at. What is the full product number? For example, V3040TU#ABA. It may help to have the full product model name as well.
NOTE: Do not provide the serial number.
12-04-2012 06:22 PM
when computer sleep and re-activated, no sound is produced. and when connected via the speaker sound is still can hear from laptop.
before this, I was using windows xp and this is my first time using windows 7. im install the original.
product:compaq presario V3000
p/n : RD607PA#UUF
12-06-2012 12:53 PM
Unfortunately, it appears that there are no drivers and limited drivers available for Windows 7 based on the driver page.
There is a good chance that the original provider of the hardware in the unit does not have a Windows 7 driver for it. If the support page listed an audio driver, I could identify the manufacturer and check.
I know this is not ideal, but you could use something like this.