Hi all, Anyone else out there looking to use an Android x86 OS build on their dv1000 now that WinXP is unsupported? First issue I've run into is the need for the multimedia keys driver from HP to load on boot up (as it did with XP) so that the wireless hardware switch can be activated. Has anyone figured out how to do this (or is willing to try and share the solution? Thanks!
Hi anyone! i had install Android v.6 , 32bits. It's boot up good but no sound driver for HP Pavilion Dv1000. some apps do not work. I have try Ubuntu working good.this HP driver is no longer support by HP company. It ,s bad company.
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