Need advice on how to make HP OEM disk.

Discussion in 'Windows Vista' started by curt6208, Jan 22, 2009.

  1. nilum

    nilum MDL Junior Member

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  2. curt6208

    curt6208 MDL Novice

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    I got the right Nforce drivers, you sent me the ones for the geforce 6150le not se. got that not I just need to get some tv tuner drivers and some modem drivers...... hope they have xp drivers :|.
     
  3. 911medic

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  4. curt6208

    curt6208 MDL Novice

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    why so? its just generic conexant chipset, thought that would be the esiest.
     
  5. nilum

    nilum MDL Junior Member

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    Could try manually installing a modem driver. I've done it for many systems.

    Goto Device Manager

    Rightclick the unknown device (modem)

    Update Driver Software

    Browse my computer for driver software.

    Let me pick a list of drivers on my computer

    Find Conexant (the type of modem)

    and see if there is a modem driver that is on a High Definition Audio bus or (HDA).

    I was able to do this for my gateway to get a 64-bit modem driver. And yes I've tested it and it works.
     
  6. 911medic

    911medic MDL Guru

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    I've not had any luck with the HP modems. Gateway and such are a breeze. If you find a good driver, let me know...:D:D
     
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    curt6208 MDL Novice

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    Ya had to manually install some basic modem driver, says its functional but i cant test it (who the hell uses dialup?) as long as there are no question marks. got the tuner card, workin on the audio and thats it. I gotta give it to HP, they really did a good job listing components, most companies just list their name for the motherboard and give generic specs. Coulda used PCI tree but that would be a pain in the ass. other than that I can finally get some sleep :)