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Drivers Needed - HP-Pavilion RK572AA-ABA a1700n


I am looking for the driver for an: HP-Pavilion RK572AA-ABA a1700n

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Tapan PattanaikSenior EngineerCommented:
hi at_the_biginning,
                                 use this link and enter your product number and down load the drivers.



http://welcome.hp.com/country/us/en/support.html
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Michael-BestCommented:
FREE & Automatic (no searching)
Update all the DRIVERS with DriverMax:
OS: Windows XP or Windows Vista
http://drivermax.en.softonic.com/
FREE to try
I prefer DriverScanner 2009
http://www.infopackets.com/news/software/reviews/2009/20090123_driverscanner_2009_review.htm
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souseranCommented:
That's an HP Pavilion a1700n. Assuming you're looking for XP drivers, some folks have had success with these:

Fall 2006 Original NVIDIA Chipset Drivers -
ftp://ftp.hp.com/pub/softlib/software7/COL16027/pv-42539-1/sp26802.exe

Fall 2006 Original NVIDIA GeForce 6150 LE Graphics Drivers -
ftp://ftp.hp.com/pub/softlib/software7/COL16023/pv-42535-1/sp26796.exe

Fall 2006 Original HP Multimedia Keyboard/Mouse Drivers
ftp://ftp.hp.com/pub/softlib/software7/COL16031/pv-42543-1/sp26811.exe

Audio Driver
ftp://209.216.61.149/pc/audio/WDM_R165.exe

Fall 2006 Original NVIDIA LAN Drivers -
ftp://ftp.hp.com/pub/softlib/software7/COL16019/pv-42531-1/sp26805.exe

Spring 2006 Original Modem Driver Collection -
ftp://ftp.hp.com/pub/softlib/software6/COL13277/pv-36952-1/sp26614.exe

If you need drivers for a different OS, let us know.
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at_the_biginningAuthor Commented:

Hello, Tapanpattanaik, Michael, Souseran,

tapanpattanaik:
"use this link and enter your product number and down load the drivers."
RE: I did, but it doesn't give me the drivers i need, the result is only one driver, "HDD Firware".
and thats it. but in this case i don't need the firware for the hard drive, what i need is all drivers.

Michael-Best:
"FREE & Automatic (no searching) Update all the DRIVERS with DriverMax."
RE: This computer doesn't have drivers at all for now, so there is only the drivers ID's
so even with that, DriverMax wasen't able to search and locate the appropiate driver for my PC.

Souseran, Thank you for the links, they work!, only one of the links is broken, is the "Audio Driver"
it will be nice if you can give me another link for the same Sound Audio Driver.

Then all these links are just what i needed, except for one more, the: "SM Bus Controller".

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at_the_biginningAuthor Commented:

Hey guess what, i find the Audio Driver :-)
Now the only one that i need is the: "SM Bus Controller".

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at_the_biginningAuthor Commented:

Thank You SourceRAM,
I decide not to installa that driver yet, but if in the future you find that driver, and if you have time
it will be nice if you can stop by and paste the link here, i will appreciate that, once again Thank you.

And Thank You too guys, Tapanpattanaik and Michael.

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souseranCommented:
at_the_biginning:

Try here for the audio:

http://www.realtek.com/downloads/downloadsCheck.aspx?Langid=1&PNid=14&PFid=24&Level=4&Conn=3&DownTypeID=3&GetDown=false

Check the box next to "I accept to the above." and click Next. In the Windows section, select any of the Downloads for the "Windows 2000, Windows XP/2003(32/64 bits) Driver only (Executable file)." This is the most current driver for the Realtek audio.

The chipset should have resolved the "SM Bus Controller."

To identify that device, please do this and post the results here.

Right click on My Computer. Select Manage. Select Device Manager. In the right-hand window, choose a device that shows as Unknown or has a Yellow Exclamation mark. Click on the + next to it to expand on it. Right-click on it. Select Properties. Go to the Details tab. Select Device Instance Id. Click once on the string that looks like this: PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_1229&SUBSYS_00708086&REV_10\4&25296D99&0&50F0

Press Ctrl-C to copy the string and Ctrl-V to paste it into a message.

See these instructions, which include screen shots, if you need more help with the process.

Finding Device Manager Name and Plug'n'Play (PnP) ID  

http://www.lumanate.com/aspx/faqdevicemanagernamepnpid.aspx
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at_the_biginningAuthor Commented:

Hey Thank You SourceRAM, Good TIP, i always knew about the right-click in drivers properties,
but you know what? all this time i been using Everest wint the only intention to get drivers ID the
easies way, now with this TIP from you, things are going to get easier from now on, Thank You Again.

An YES i do have the Audio Driver Now,

Thanks to you
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souseranCommented:
at_the_biginning:

Glad to help.

SourceRAM :-)
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