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HP Pavilion 550-152L can't install windows7 sp1 32Bit

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HP Pavilion 550-152L
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Dear HP Support,

 

I Buy HP Pavilion 550-152L (N4R93AA) i want to install windows7sp1 32Bit. because we have a system that only run up to win 7 32 bit.  But i can't install windows7 sp1 32Bit 

I have changed the BIOS to boot from the CD drive by changing LEGACY Support to ENABLE

and changing SECURE BOOT to DISABLE

 

Great step forward.......starts to install Windows 7  the USB keyboard and mouse are disabled

please can you advise how to get the USB keyboard and mouse re-activated?

 

Thank you

Maxkaza

 

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Hi:

 

You have to use this tool to put the USB3 drivers into your Windows installation flash drive.

 

https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/25476/Windows-7-USB-3-0-Creator-Utility

 

There is a readme file for how to use the tool in the link.  The tool has to be run from a PC with W8.1 or newer on it.

 

While it says the tool is for 64 bit, I see the 32 bit drivers included in the driver folder when you unzip the file.

 

 

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