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Drivers? I recently had to replace my hard drive. Where would I be able to find all the drivers that the unit needs? I only found the graphics and wireless drivers on the viewsonic site. Thanks Sean

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Re: Drivers?

I found the Drivers on an old Image.
You can download them here:

Posted on Feb 12, 2011

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I was able to track down the drivers and I am selling them on ebay. $5with instant email delivery. These are the real deal, I was able totrack em down from a friend who still had them backed up on hisexternal hard disk for years.

Item number: 320281670149 rtcurve.gifJust search that on ebay to find it.

These are the real Viewsonic v1100 button drivers folks, I spent amonth searching for them like crazy and I finally found them and theywork great.

Because starcraft plays that much better when you can move around with the Dpad instead of having to edge screen with the pen.

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Re: Drivers?

Find driver here:

Input LCD's and CRTs
and then select the model of your PC.

and follow the onscreen instruction to download the drivers.

Posted on Jan 16, 2008

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Re: Drivers?

I just found this:

but it's not all you need, just VGA, WiFi and BIOS upgrade.

I'm still looking for the rest of drivers and user guide.

Anybody found them?

Posted on Mar 06, 2008

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After installing Windows 7 you will need to install all drivers.

I would recommend using Vista on this laptop, since factory drivers for Windows 7 had not been released. You will have to install general drivers not designed for this laptop.

If you want to install Windows 7 here you get the instructions.

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"Update the Video Driver
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