HP/Compaq :: HP Dv5t XP Installation BSoD Correct Sata Drivers
May 13, 2009
how to slipstream sata drivers onto Windows XP installation disk I decided to try it out. I had two unsuccessful attempts and I'm wondering that it probably is due to me using the wrong drivers for the job.
I have a Dv5t 1135ee, can anybody please direct me to the right drivers that I need to put onto my Windows XP installtion disk to not get a BSoD.
I was looking to reformat my notebook and I was curious what the essential drviers are? I have Windows Vista disks so I won't be using HPs bloatware junk. I saw the thread with updated drivers but what can I ignore?
I know I will need the graphics, ethernet card, sound drivers... but what else? I want the bare minimum. I hate HP software?
Stuff like quicklaunch I can ignore right? I just need to make sure I install the quick touch button drivers right?
I was looking for a DV5T-1000 thread as I just ordered this laptop and want to install a fresh copy of either Vista 64-bit or Vista-32 bit, I don't care although the laptop came with 4 Gig and I know to see all 4, I need 64.
Either way, I found an older thread for XP drivers and I also know it depends on what hardware you system has, so unless someone can point me to a thread, I'm looking for the LATEST drivers and to make sure I am not missing any.
I will probably have a guy from work help me since I'm not the techiest but I'll need to tell him what to do :P (we're good at that, right? :P)
Here is what mine is coming with and I tried to assemble my best guess at drivers. The HP site helps a bit but many drivers seem older and I'm not sure I need all of them of course.
since I haven’t been able to find a thread listing all the latest drivers for the dv5t I've decided to make one myself. Let me be clear, this is for ADVANCED USERS ONLY.
For the average user you can find the latest drivers for your specific model at www.hp.com. This thread may contain drivers that are not specifically targetted at the HP dv5t but appear to work with it correctly. These drivers may not include vendor specific functionality that HP may have added (although I have not heard of any instances of this being so). Some of these drivers may work with other series of laptops but this is NOT guaranteed. I cannot guarantee these drivers will work correctly for everyone here so please be careful - only install these if you know how to revert any changes you have made. I am only including WHQL certified drivers, so regardless of what site they come from you know they are authentic. I've tested some of these drivers on my machine and they work perfectly well however I am unable to test everything. USE AT YOUR OWN RISK. Without further ado:
Intel Chipset Software Installation Utility: Version: 220.127.116.110 OS Support: Windows Vista, Windows 7 Link: http://downloadcenter.intel.com/down...10884&lang=eng Notes: I recommend running the setup file from an elevated command prompt with the "-overall" flag (without quotes). This will assure that all devices are updated.....
I researched I need the Intel SATA AHCI Driver for performing a clean Windows 7 installationÂ Â I tried: Â 1.Â Mobile Express Chipset SAAT AHCI controler drivers from the (a) Intel websites (b) Lenovo website and (c) extracting drivers from running system 2. tried supplying drivers on DVD/CD and USB 3. tried to integrate drivers into Windows 7 Installation using RT7Lite 4. did bios update 5. switched from AHCO to compatible mode Â In any case it finds the driver as the correct one (when I click hide drivers that are not compatible, the one remains). But always displays no driver found and doesn't continue setup. Â This seems to be a bug!!! 1. Is there a way to fix this and perform a clean Windows 7 installation without recovery? 2. Am I trying the wrong driver, but have to install a driver for a different device first??? Â I am about to replace the HDD with an SDD and there can not use recovery!
After doing a fresh install of windows 7 Professional 32Bit, my wifi drivers did not install, i have tried numerous drivers of the website for my laptop and they don't work, ive tried many things but cant seem to find the right drivers, my laptop is a HP Elitebook 2530p, can find the correct drivers for my wifi Card?Â
I have an hp DV7-1135nr laptop. Recently there was an incident and one of my friends managed to throw up into my laptop while it was open and on. The computer was off before i could pull the battery and even after being cleaned and dried will not turn on, this leads me to believe that the system board has shorted out and needs to be replaced. Where can i find a replacement system board and how much should i expect to pay?
Seeing as how i have already taken the laptop apart, are there any upgrades I can do while replacing the sytem board? It has a 2.0 ghz dual core AMD processor, and crappy integrated graphics. I was wondering if i would be able to purchase and install a better system board?
I have a HP630 Notebook with SUSE OS installed. I want install XP Pro but i don't know where find the SATA drivers for installation via Floppy Disk with F6 Key at start-Up of XP Installation. Where can I find them?
I just bought Bioshock and tried to update the drivers. I read about some guys updating using these drivers, but I just have no luck.
Dell Inspiron e1705 7900gs go 2gb ram oc'ed to 600/1200
I have tried in the past to install the files and always get the BSOD (nv4_disp error). I have tried all kinds of installation methods (driver cleaner, safe mode, etc.). Here is the most recent attempt: 1. Return clock speeds to factory original (don't know if this is necessary) 2. Start in safe mode 3. Remove drivers (driver cleaner + another program just to make sure) 4. Restart 5. Download 163.44 from here and modded inf. 6. Extract file to folder on desktop 7. Drag modded inf into folder 8. Click on the setup.exe and restart when complete
Now I either get the BSOD or my screen runs at 600x480 or whatever and 4-bit (which I can't change)
I already started a thread about my PCMCIA card not functioning correctly, it disabled my Wireless card and i have to remove the PCMCIA and reboot to get it too function again. I suspect it might have something to do with the order in which i installed all the drivers. There is a "help" page on the Dell website [url]
click "Installing Drivers in the right order"
Thing is that this help file doesn't use the same names for categories as they do on the actual driver page so it's a bit confusing at times. I didn't do a fresh OS install but tried to reinstall all the drivers in this order to solve the cardbus problem.
Here's what i've done. Actual category names of the Driver Page are in blue....names of categories in the "Help" page are written after them
System Utilities...or System and Configuration Utilies? Dell - utility....system software Dell - Utility....recommended Vista Power Management Settings
Network Intel - Driver....825xx Gigabit Platform LAN Network Device Intel - Diagnostics Utility....825xx Gigabit Platform LAN Network Device Intel - Application....825xx Gigabit Platform LAN Network Device (I don't have the bluetooth module or the minicards mentioned on the site)
After that i installed everything from the Applications category but somehow the Dell "ControlPoint Connection Manager" Doesn't install.
In the tutorial the PCMCIA card is specifically mentioned to be located in the "Security" category....surprise, surprise...that category doesn't exist! Could it have to do with the Dell "ControlPoint Security Manager"?
I didn't install that because i didn't want to have the fingerprint reader enabled.
Doesn't seem to have anything to do with the PCMCIA card but it's the only part in the driver page where security is even mentioned so, am i wrong?
I have a lot of stability issues with Factory Vista x64 installation, I will try to install from scratch Windows XP x64 and Windows Vista x64, I am not very familiar with Dell Notebooks (ex Lenovo guy), please could you tell me where I can find the correct installation sequence for all the drivers and tools?, I did some tests already, but I was not able to successfully install Dell Control Point, I got and error in the middle of the installation, I think I am doing something wrong, also I have installed the driver for UWB, but I do not find the tool to setup the Wireless USB hub?
iam using my friends macbook (intel core2Duo 1.83 GHZ, 80GB, 1GB DDRII, 12"", white colour)Mac OS X 10.5.7 installed, and i hav'nt installtion disk, and i want to install windows on it, but how will i be able to install bootcamp drivers as i have'nt installtion disc.
The thing is that my envy 17 1050ep, pn wp002ea#ab9 works fine with original operating system Win 7 home premium x64, but as i need to add it to a domain iÂ´m trying to install win 7 pro/business or ultimate x64 but the hard disk is never detected when i attempt to install it. Â Â Bios installed is the most recent from hp website. Inside bios is not present any option to change about sata driver itÂ´s very limited. Â Tried to download and installÂ IntelÂ® 5 Series Chipset and IntelÂ® 3400 Series Chipset, doesnÂ´t work issue persist. With the original operating system installed Win 7 home premium, access sw setup, copy drivers folder, tried to install drivers, mainly the intel rapid storage, issue persist hard disk not detected. Â Tested hard disk doesnÂ´t have any error works fine with original operating system. Tested a new hard drive, same issue. Â Board chipset is intel hm 55. Â HP Support drivers available on hp site donÂ´t work. HP Support just say unit is out of warranty and canÂ´t provide support. Â Intel support just say : Â I understand the problem, however as I mentioned previously the main
X220 Tablet .... After hours of troubleshooting, I finally found the cause of my Windows 7 Pro Shutdown issue. Â The Tablet would hang at Shutdown, then BSOD. Â I systematically removed drivers until I found the cause. The current installed version of the Thinkpad Tablet Button Driver, Version 1.04.0.0 as installed by System Update was the culprit. Â As soon as I uninstalled that driver, no more issues.
Unable to turn on wifi.I tried installing drivers of it by downloading from hp support for my model, even that didn't worked. Drivers installation failed. Even the hp utility provided in the support to automatically identify the hardware and laptop medel also failed to install. It is a new laptop.
Has anyone installed a SSD drive in this model with success? If so, does the BIOS need to be upgraded? I have a Vertex 120 SSD drive I'm not using and am thinking about putting it in the Sony and installing Win 7/32 bit.
I would like for all the current functions to work such as the camera and video card. Would this be a big issue or should I just reload the original OS(XP).