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HP Drivers

By kimsland
Mar 8, 2008
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  1. ............................How To Get All Drivers & Info Of Your Hp Product

    Using Internet Explorer
    ........ [​IMG]


    To find all drivers for your [​IMG] Computer or Printer.......Click here >> [​IMG] <<



    Or

    ...........................................Sample of a Hp Service Tag
    [​IMG]
    ................1: Product Name ....2: The Product number ....3: Model Number

    Click HERE to type in your Model Number. Click HERE to help find your Model Number
    (Note: Desktop owners can press CTRL + ALT + S in Windows to view this information)



    Find out Warranty information about your product: HERE


    Chat with an Online Support Technician >> [​IMG]

    .
  2. bluzepher

    bluzepher TS Rookie

    thanks, hopefully this will fix my laptop wireless connection problems
  3. kimsland

    kimsland Ex-TechSpotter Topic Starter Posts: 18,353

    If it has a driver issue, then yes.

    Please let me know the outcome :)
  4. bluzepher

    bluzepher TS Rookie

    well, that didn't fix it, It looks like I have all my drivers, I've reset my router and laptop.
    hmm, what to try next?

    anyone have any ideas? my HP laptop will not connect to wireless since I have reloaded win XP,

    should I setup a new wireless network since this one is mine?

    thanks for your help
  5. kimsland

    kimsland Ex-TechSpotter Topic Starter Posts: 18,353

    This line put into Start-->Run can start the wireless wizard in Windows:

    %SystemRoot%\system32\rundll32.exe shell32.dll,Control_RunDLL NetSetup.cpl,@0,WNSW
  6. bluzepher

    bluzepher TS Rookie

    thanks will check this out.
  7. Abtec

    Abtec TS Rookie

    havent tried drivers yet

    but it was working at one time, then no go, I have only loaded drivers from the disc it shipped with, and attempted to get new ones as was directed by the software utility, but said download was corrupt (form netgear site).

    also now see I have hard wired them, but the wireless connection is saying it is connected when no wireless card is even IN THERE?!?!?
  8. kimsland

    kimsland Ex-TechSpotter Topic Starter Posts: 18,353

    Hi Abtec

    Instead of resolving this issue here, you are best to go back to your original thread (and do all the replies there)
    => http://www.techspot.com/vb/topic109368.html

    Note: This thread is for you (and many others) wanting to "Start Detection" (ie above black clickable box) and download all their up to date drivers from HP directly. (Of which I suggest you do)
  9. bluzepher

    bluzepher TS Rookie

    it's working

    DUH!!

    I reset the password for the router and the laptop.

    All is good now.

    thanks for your help folks.
  10. ardins1986

    ardins1986 TS Rookie

    Hello bro..

    hello bro ....

    thank u for ur information... yes, i am install ready my printer

    thank u
    ardins1986
  11. Ultiweap

    Ultiweap TS Enthusiast Posts: 742

    Is those drivers for desktop also???
     
  12. kimsland

    kimsland Ex-TechSpotter Topic Starter Posts: 18,353

  13. Ultiweap

    Ultiweap TS Enthusiast Posts: 742

    OK thanks...

    Going to download some new one then...
  14. tweeds1

    tweeds1 Banned Posts: 88

    ty kimsland but i think ill leave as it being this computer ca run hd and bluray movies and all seem to be dood.i downloaded a prog so i could leave you my system specs but i can like just copy and paste everything so ill keep looking for another prog or somethig my model is a hp dc5700mt just incase you can find the system specs only thing diff is its gor a 512mb mem card and i added 2 more gigs.i can type a lil info hp compaq 5700 micro tower, intelr,celeron-R, D cpu,3.06 ghz,2.49gb of ram
  15. kimsland

    kimsland Ex-TechSpotter Topic Starter Posts: 18,353

    Go back to your original thread to post these specs, not here, in my Hp drivers support page!

    Also you need to do this, please read, and do not reply on this particular thread
    Except to give thanks I suppose :)

    Please put your System Specs information in your Profile
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