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Impossible to install drivers on Win7!!!


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#1 Locobox

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Posted 18 December 2009 - 06:16 AM

Hi All!

I have Vista installed on an HP laptop (HP CQ60), recently I installed in

another partition on the same HDD Win 7, now I dual boot Vista and Win 7, the

problem I have with Win7 is about the drivers.



I have downloaded all the drivers for this model from de support web of HP but

when I try to install any of those drivers, Windows 7 shows a message about the

driver being corrupt!!! no matter how many times I download the same drivers its

always the same message from win 7 Corrupt installer!



I definitely know that the integrity of the file is 100% ok (Checked it with

Media Checker), why does Win 7 insists that the drivers (ALL 22 OF THEM) are

corrupt?


Any help would be highly apreciated!

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#2 thrillhouse

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Posted 18 December 2009 - 06:35 AM

I had a similar problem with some drivers from hp but when I downloaded newer ones from the manufacturers' websites they worked. Check the release dates for the drivers, if they aren't current then go to the parts manufacturer or use windows update.




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