Hp dv1000 touchpad after windows 7 install Tags: Drivers Touchpad Windows 7 Hewlett Packard Last response: February 24, 2013 3:28 PM in Windows 7 Share StevenV51 February 24, 2013 1:57:26 PM Hello, I installed windows 7 ultimate <complete> on my HP dv1000 and now I cant find the software to adjust the touchpad. Scrolling with the touchpad is WAY to fast and far and needs the sensitivity toned down More about : dv1000 touchpad windows install noidea_77 a b \ Driver a b $ Windows 7 a b α HP February 24, 2013 3:28:09 PM Download the driver from HP.com and install it. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources HP Pavilion dv1000 no audio after windows 7 install Forum HP Pavilion dv1000 no audio after windows 7 install Forum HP Pavilion dv1000 no audio after windows 7 install Forum HP Pavilion dv1000 no audio after windows 7 install Forum Hp pavilion dv1000 sound problem after window 7 installing what can i do to solv Forum I installed windows 7 in my laptop (hp pavillion dv1000) there is no sound as we Forum Download webcame driver for hp pavilion dv1000 for windows 7 Forum Wi fi drivers of hp pavilion dv1000 for capable for windows 7 Forum Cannot find Windows 7 drivers for HP Pavillion DV1000 Forum Hp pavilion dv1000 drivers windows 7 intel Forum Hp pavilion dv1000 drivers windows 7 Forum Video controller driver for hp dv1000 windows 7 Forum Download sound driver for hp pavilion dv1000 for windows 7 Forum Wi fi driver for hp pavilion dv1000 w/ OS of windows 7 Forum SolvedHP WIreless TouchPad Keyboard not working on Windows 7 Forum Solvedwlan is not appearing on my hp laptop after re installing windows 7 proffesionals Forum SolvedHP Pavilion DV6-1030us won't boot from CD ROM after failed windows 7 installation Forum When i install windows 7 in my HP pavilion dv6 laptop it doesnot start after res Forum Hp touchpad problem windows 7 Forum Hp pavilion dv2500 windows 7 drivers touchpad Forum More resources Read discussions in other Windows 7 categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Laptops !