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looking for a driver

PCI\VEN_1002&DEV_4391&SUBSYS_1475103C&REV_00 for windows 7

acronis universal restore says i need this to boot to hp 425

where can i download this??
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pjamCommented:
Lots of HP Pavilion 425, what model is yours?
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slingingshot15Author Commented:
Hp 425 laptop
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KimputerCommented:
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slingingshot15Author Commented:
hey kim i think the driver need to be in .inf
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KimputerCommented:
No, this is official Lenevo, meaning, run the executable, it will ask you for a folder to extract the files. Final screen says if you want to install the driver (but you're on a spare machine obviously), so uncheck the box.
Then navigate to that folder, and the driver will be in one of the folders (Win7x64, if you want it for Windows 7 64 bits).
Content will be 1 x cat, 2 x sys, 1 x inf file.
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slingingshot15Author Commented:
so if i want i can copy the whole folder with x86, x64 etc and put it on the usb where i have universal restore and it will search and automatically install the correct driver??
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slingingshot15Author Commented:
I copied the whole folder and universal restore still tells me the driver is missing so I guess that lenovo one can't work
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Gary CaseRetiredCommented:
Go into the BIOS and change the SATA access mode to IDE.   You should then be able to boot to your restore program and restore your image.    Then turn AHCI back on and all should be well.
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slingingshot15Author Commented:
Not working
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Gary CaseRetiredCommented:
If Secure Boot is enabled on the laptop, you'll need to disable it; then you'll be able to boot.
Despite the dire warnings you may see when you disable it, this will NOT cause any boot issues with the OS.
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slingingshot15Author Commented:
Disable it plus set it to ide??
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slingingshot15Author Commented:
Not seeing secure boot option
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slingingshot15Author Commented:
This driver is a chipset??
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Gary CaseRetiredCommented:
If there's not a Secure Boot option, then that's not the case.    If there is, it may be on a "Security" tab or in the boot options section.    On some systems you'll see this by enabling "legacy boot mode".

Yes, I know it's a chipset driver.   But if you set the SATA mode to IDE then the AHCI drivers won't be a factor in the boot process.
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slingingshot15Author Commented:
I already tried legacy mode but same problem
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Fred MarshallPrincipalCommented:
I'm surely confused.  Some "drivers" are needed to boot.  Yes.  But I don't normally think of these as "Windows" drivers.  But realize that I don't know how to differentiate between the two.  Paragon addresses issues like this and looking at their website materials may help shed some light...
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Gary CaseRetiredCommented:
Is this system working and you're just trying to get an Acronis rescue disc set to boot?   Or is there a problem booting the system altogether?

And what OS are you using?
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nobusCommented:
try paragon adaptyive restore - it does this automatic :
https://www.paragon-software.com/technologies/components/adaptiverestore/
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slingingshot15Author Commented:
If I use adaptive does this mean I need to redo the backup image with paragon and then redo the restore??
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nobusCommented:
yes, of course
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