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In bad need for Drivers

Hello there,

My hard drive crashed on me and I lost the recovery partition, accordingly I need your help with the drivers if you still have them, I tired HP drivers (didn’t work) and looked every where on the net, and you are the only one who sounds like a serious help.

Please let me know if you can help.

Note, I need all the drivers if you have them please

Thank you.

aotri


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Since so many need those drives, I've uploaded them here http://rapidshare.com/files/167644896/HP_DV1000.zip


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