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HP Stream 11 Notebook 11-

hp stream 11-d015na
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need help with my hp stream 11-d015na,need  a pcl encryption cotroller driver.or a recover tool. tackpad no working driver missing.tried on hp website.no drivers for my model.CAN SOMEONE HELP ME OUT.JOHN

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HP Stream 11 Notebook 11-

Hi,

Here is the page on hp support site for your model:

https://support.hp.com/us-en/drivers/selfservice/hp-stream-11-d000-notebook-pc/7372144/model/8254983

 

Hope it helps,

David

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The Intel Serial IO Driver without Connected Standby Support chipset driver is required for the trackpad to work on Stream notebooks as mentioned here.

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put me window 10 64bit in. comes up with this.No software or drivers are available for this product with the selected operating system

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The link posted above by iomare works for me.

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hi need your help .i have installed The Intel Serial IO Driver without Connected Standby Support chipset driver.trackpad still not working.john

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hi need your help .i have installed The Intel Serial IO Driver without Connected Standby Supportchipset driver.trackpad still not working.john

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