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11-05-2009 01:27 PM
Also something I learned to pass on to all if you do not already know.....After installing Windows 7, my computer would always boot up to or restart to the user name box automatically. I finally found out how to make it boot directly to desktop. Hit Start and in search programs box type netplwiz and hit enter. A screen will come up and just uncheck the box nex to User Must Enter a User Name and Password to Use this Computer and then it will go directly to desktop when booted up or restarted.
Thanks again, and I still which I could arrange files in a folder anyway I want instead of just name, size etc. guess not an option in Windows 7.
11-05-2009 01:31 PM
Could you please provide the product number which is there on a sticker for better assistance.
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11-05-2009 01:35 PM
I don't believe there is a site like what you are looking for. HP's web site is set up to have drivers that are tested and qualified for each product to appear only on the products that have been qualified for the drivers. But to your point about the keyboard driver, that doesn't mean some drivers that are available for other products won't also work with your PC. Keyboard drivers are generally a little easier to use across PC models, but when it comes to something like a sound or video card, you won't be able to use a driver that was not made for your specific device. Also, some device drivers you can get from the original device manufacturers, such as NVIDIA for graphics.
So if there are certain drivers you are looking for, we can try to help you find them.
11-05-2009 05:54 PM
11-05-2009 06:38 PM
The M7760N is a January 2007 system, I would recommend checking Windows Update like PC Tester mentions. What drivers do you need besides the keyboard driver?