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February 6, 2011 4:35:13 PM

I need driver for this. Machine: HP Pavilion DV9000 (dv9233eu) with Windows 7 Ultimate RTM Lite x86 ITA
February 7, 2011 6:18:16 AM

Thx for your answer. Of course I did. This model with W7 is not supported by HP. Driver for Vista does not work.

There are two issues (unknown devices) in Device Manager:






I think there are problems with webcam and modem. I tried to install Cyberlink YouCam but it says there is no webcam at all. I tried to install Conexant Modem Driver ended with error message.
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February 7, 2011 1:56:06 PM

Are you using Win 7 x64 or Win 7 x32?

February 8, 2011 7:27:06 AM

x86 (32bits) as I mentioned in my original post
February 8, 2011 12:52:19 PM

You are correct. The device IDs you listed are for a Conexant Soft Modem, and an HP Webcam. For all intents and purposes the Vista drivers should work. If they don't, try and tell Windows to update the drivers from Windows Updates. Beyond that, i'm not much for help, because Windows.7.Ultimate.RTM.lite-x86 [ITA] is a torrented, patched version.
February 9, 2011 8:49:19 PM

Yes I tried.These are the results:

I hope, you can see them, but the previous ones are dissapeared from Skydrive. I do not know why?

For safety these are the messages in txt:


Non riuscito = It was not successfull.


Il driver del dispositivo è stato rilevato, ma si è verificato un errore durante l'installazione = The driver of the device was found but some error occured during the installation.

La classe di installazione non è presente o non è valida. = Class of installation does not exist or the class is not valid.

You think the problem is because it is torrented and/or patched? Interesting. It is not a cracked nor registered image BTW. Although maybe you are right. It is modified somehow. I should try something original. Or I can go back to factory delivered VISTA (I do not want to)...
a b $ Windows 7
a b D Laptop
February 10, 2011 3:18:38 AM

You'll probably have to go back to Vista. One thing to keep in mind before upgrading to W7 is that some models and their hardware simply are not supported by W7. In the future if you decide to upgrade to a newer version of windows, check to ensure that the correct drivers are available for it.
February 14, 2011 6:27:58 PM

Hi All,
I have done it. With Win7 Ultimate x64 B7600. First I flashed the BIOS (sp48125.exe) then I let Windows update the base drivers automaticaly. Then I installed the others, All the things are working now. Thanx for all of your effort.