where do I find ACPI\PNP0401 Driver?

I have been looking all afternoon for the ACPI\PNP0401 Driver on this computer but cannot find it.  If it is on the hp website I have over-looked it.  Any assistance would be appreciated.
Will Schmidtowner Asked:
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Will Schmidtowner Author Commented:
Can you please tell me which one of those drivers would be the one I should use? I have tried all that seem to apply and none of them have worked.
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Tony GiangrecoCommented:
The device appears to be an ECP Printer Port. If you added a port to the Pc, then I suggest you go the the port vendor and get that driver. If thie port was not added in, then it's probably a system drievr on the HP CD.
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Will Schmidtowner Author Commented:
That link seems to be broken.  When I click on the "download now" button it brings me to another page but nothing else happens.
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Tony GiangrecoCommented:
This link discusses the same device (used on a Dell) and driver. It appears the device uses a Windows driver:
http://en.community.dell.com/support-forums/desktop/f/3514/p/4477035/4605951.aspx
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Will Schmidtowner Author Commented:
I am not going to worry about it.  The computer is working fine otherwise.  Thanks for your efforts to help me with this.
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