My co-worker asked me to find drivers for his new laptop that he downgraded to Windows 7 (64-bit) from Windows 10. I taught him how to install an OS and how to format drives using Gparted awhile back. He apparently did that and put Windows 7 on it. At work, he showed me a computer with a long list of drivers missing when I went into Devices and Printers and saw his system. I am the only person that he trusts to find the drivers and install them. This includes USB drivers. I found one but I could not install it because no network driver and no USB drivers. CD Drive works, Thank Arceus. I need to show up with a disc burned of all the drivers on Wednesday.
His computer is a HP 15-f233wm
and in Devices & Printers clicking the computer shows this long list that he had to take a picture of and send me when I asked for the model number
PCI Data Acquisition & Signal Procces
PCI Encryption/Decryption Controller
SM Bus Controller
Universal Serial Bus (USB Controller)
Note: He only has standard VGA driver for video atm
I could not find a single driver. There is a post on HP forums where a lady claimed to have found most of the drivers, but I could not find a single one. There were several replies with about 6 or so more drivers which the OP claimed worked and said that anybody with the same model laptop to get them from there. However, all but one of the links to those drivers were broken links. This was only a few months ago too.