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Windows 7 pro Drivers

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Just  freshly reinstalled windows 7 pro on my HP 250 G2 Laptop,i have my product key so no issues with activating.

When i go to device manager


Ethernet controller

Network Controller

PCI Encryption/Decryption Controller

Sm Bus Controller

Universal Serial Bus (USB) controller


These all have no drivers installed for them,how can i get to install the drivers now with no internet connection

or no usb ports working.


Please help.

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Hi ftfk00


You shall probably head over to HP's website, and download all the drivers from there. Here is a direct link to what I understand is the system you have: http://h20564.www2.h...8&swEnvOid=4059


Hope this would help.

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Hi ftfk00 :)

Do you have another computer, laptop, phone, etc. you can access? Also do you have DVDs? Did you try plugging in a USB flash drive in every USB port and see if it at least one works? If it does, you can use a USB flash drive (or even a cellphone, if you download the drivers on it, connect it to your computer via USB and access its ocntent) to transfer the drivers from one computer to that one and install them.
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