Question about HP Compaq Motherboard
1. A build in ethernet controller not working. 2. A build in sound card not working
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Most of the drivers are here. Windows should find the rest
Posted on Mar 01, 2008
SOURCE: Ineed hp compaq d530 driver
The driver is available on the HP website. I believe it's a broadbent The PCI SFF modem should be easy to come by. Try this link:
Your ethernet board is a Broadcom. Here's the link and just select your operating system:
Hopefully the entire link will work...but if you go to hp.com, go to the support section and type in your model number and you'll find it.
Posted on Jun 04, 2009
Hi Mitch, thanks for all that information. If you don't have the original disks that came with the computer I'm thinking you can obtain these from the manufacture Hewlett Packard! These disks will contain all the drivers you need. I have provided a link below. check the site out and select your operating system whether it be xp or vista and this will show you a download for the drivers that you need for your particular make of pc. If you don't have original disks I would recommend you obtain these. They are normally free to send out whilst some manufacturers charge a fee which is relatively cheap. Should you encounter any problems in future you then have the disks to reinstall windows and the drivers that you need for the system. Start by checking out the link below, I hope this helps. If you are able to locate the drivers you need below then perhaps you can download them to a memory stick and then load them on the pc with the problem. If I can be of any further assistance please let me know and I will try my best to help you. Andrew
Posted on Jan 20, 2010
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SOURCE: driver missing
We had the same exact problem but with a Compaq Pesario V6000 series notebook. Ours had to do with the NVidia System Management Controller but was listed in the device manager as a coprocessor. Kind of a bland description.
Solution: Downloaded and installed NVidia System Management Controller from here. Hope this helps.
Posted on Jan 22, 2010
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ok now the K8MM-V has several 'chipsets' yours has 8 usbs? yes?
then you have the:
VIA VT8237R Chipset...
- Integrated Faster Ethernet LPC
- Integrated Hardware Sound Blaster/Direct Sound AC97 audio
- Ultra DMA 66/100/133 master mode PCI EIDE controller
- Supports 2 Serial ATA ports
- Supports 8 USB2.0 ports
download a new BIOS! this means read the readme.txt please!
<<this is the xp(64bit driver set>> (incase you are missing the 2.0 or yours is corrupt)
this is your BIOS (as i said please follow ALL instructions cause its inportant)
after BIOS flash and driver updated go into the control panel > admin. settings > computer managment > device manager then look at the USB section and update the drivers!!
rerstart and volla!
Oct 13, 2007 | MSI K8MM-V Motherboard
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