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Just copy and paste the above link in your address bar, it will bring you to the file download site. It would be helpful if you have a free 7-zip program or WINRAR or other file extracting program to open the file once download. Or download from compaq site
Sorry for that, the mic is not working in windows xp operating system it is ture i ask the HP person he say that this laptop hardware not design for win xp OS. so plz install the Vista OS to use the full feature of the laptop buz in win xp the sound driver install force fully. it is not install the full sound driver. if it is possible any link in future i mailed you link.
You can try it but the sound card is not designed for XP so it probably will not work. If you want to use XP on this laptop and have sound you will have to purchase a cheap external USB sound device like this:
It costs $9.99 and has free shipping. It has 5.1 surround sound and microphone input too. It is the only way to go if you want to run XP. Please take the time to rate this a fixya. I searched for an hour trying to find an xp driver that would work for you but there is not even a hacked on available yet. There are diehard XP gurus out there writting homebrew XP drivers but they have not made it around to this one yet. The external is a good workaround till then and its only 10 bucks. Thanks George
Not much offered at Compaq's driver site for XP. For the modem driver, try the link below, it says it's for Vista, but it should work. If it doesn't then you will need the make and model of the modem, then go to the manufacturer's site or driverguide.com for the drivers, and the same for the wireless, make and model, manufacturer's site or driver guide. To be honest with you, modems are just about obsolete, unless you have dial up at home, you'll probably never use it.