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stuartbennett
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HP VS19X drivers needed for Windows 7

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my dad has a HP VS19X monitor and is using windows 7 and i would like to know where i can get the drivers for it to support windows 7.
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Drivers for 7 do not exist for almost everything out there that is not natively handled in Windows 7. The monitor should have Plug and Played?

 

If you still want to pursue happiness you can try this (you are on your own because this is a release candidate):

 

1. create a system restore point to go back in case you don't like how it turns out.

 

2. Download the "XP" sp31061  to get to the inf (and ICM if you use it). 

3. Start the install but halt the install process when the HP Display Installer opens, and open the following path: C:\swsetup\Monitors\SP31061\64bit

4. Inside you should be able to find a 32 and 64 bit inf that you can right-click on and install.  HP_vs19x64.inf

Message Edited by RasterBlaster on 07-13-2009 05:46 PM
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it does plug and play however i like to have the proper drivers for things as soon as i possibly can so when drivers become available i would just like to know where i would have to go to get them.
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