When Windows 7 eventually hits the streets, hopefully drivers
will nit be an issue. Do you really mean drivers? As the previous poster says, you do not need money to upgrade those. If you are speaking specifically about your own computer, the hardware would be a bigger issue. The graphics card in that machine is barely enough to run Vista. Graphics Drivers for Windows 7, which work 100%, are, for your computer, at the moment thin on the ground and likely to remain so. Can you upgrade the memory? The standard DV 6000 only supports up to 2Gbs. This is adequate, but on the lower end. Apart from these two considerations, your computer will probably have a few other hardware inadequacies, which cannot be upgraded.