Nope, you're doing it right. HP just doesn't have drivers listed for your system.
So, here's what to do...
type in your browser
then copy and paste the name of each driver after the # sign and press Enter
It is case-sensitive, so be careful.
The table is designed with info in the 3rd column to help you out, and links in the 4th column to get you started looking for the drivers. If OEM is listed in the 4th column, just post back here and we'll see what we can find.
Do this for all the drivers - starting with the oldest first.
- Most of those starting with "nv" are your nVidia chipset drivers - you'll find that here: http://www.nvidia.com/object/nforce_...bit_15.49.html
- The 4 MpKsl... one's at the end are update files for Microsoft Security Essentials - don't bother with them, Windows Update will handle it.
- Don't worry about dump_nvstor32.sys - it's a copy of nvstor32.sys that Windows uses during the crash - no need to update it as it'll be recreated from the updated version when you next reboot.
In case it's needed later on, here's the link to the mobo specs: http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/d...ct=3755531#N66