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Pavilion dv6 - 1235dx
Microsoft Windows Vista (64-bit)

I have an older model Pavilion laptop that was working just fine until I had problems with windows 10 anniversary update and had to do a clean install back to windows 7 after replacing the hard drive.  I need all the drivers, but can't locate on HP website as it does not recognize my laptop model number.  Can someone give me a hand.  Thanks

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@SigInt

 

Are you sure it isn't a DV5???

 

Look here.

 

http://support.hp.com/us-en/drivers/selfservice/HP-Pavilion-dv5-Entertainment-Notebook-PC-series/374...

 

REO

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REO thank you so much for providing that link.  I see all the drivers are for Vista OS.  Will I be able to load those on the PC after installing windows 7 or do I need to install Vista?

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@SigInt

 

Change the OS to W7 then click on the CHANGE tab.

 

It will change it to W7.

 

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REO I can't thank you enough...best to you!

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