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Upgrade window hi it me chan , can you tell me where to get the right driver for video display, i have install winme to an older computer which is used to operate win98 , it hp pavillion6340 , sytem : D6439A , can you give me website to go

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  • thang chan Feb 22, 2008

    it me again tongchan , I update at hp bois update it working fine thank for giving me the idea

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The drivers are not available at hp.com which is te best place to look for all the drivers and the updates for your computer.
You can check the graphics card and download the drivers from the graphics card manufacturer's website.

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