|08 Feb 2010||#1|
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Drivers for hp dv6226tx after installing windows 7
I had windows vista home previous with my hp dv6226tx.
I've just formatted OS drive & installed windows 7.
Now i dont have any driver cd with my laptop, as they dont provide.
After installing windows 7, i think all basic drivers are preinstalled but video is poor quality and slower.
and my notebook has nvidia geforce go 7400 card but it's not showing now in device manager.
i searched on hp site and found this link.
But there isnt all in one like installation file..many files..and they are for windows vista and xp only..not mentioned about windows 7..is it same for vista and xp?
can u tell me after fresh install of windows 7, which drivers i need to install from those on HP site?
or can u link me to other site which has all needed latest drivers for my HP dv6226tx notebook for windows 7 ultimate.
BTW, windows 7 improved speed 10times than windows vista..it's gr8..
Hope i'll get right advice from you guys soon.
I've done windows update and it has installed ndivida drivers, but i doubt if they are latest..how can i check if they are latest? or which one else to install?from hp/ndivida site?excat link?
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|08 Feb 2010||#5|
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If you run into any problems with the driver installation it can sometimes be remedied by modding the .inf file. From here NVIDIA MobilityModder - HardwareHeaven.com It has proved to be useful in the past. Please post back with your results, it can be useful for others. Thanks. Fabe
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