Free Download Network Adapter Driver For Windows 7 Home Premium Install Update
Enter your email below to get exclusive access to our best articles and tips before everybody else. I just did a clean installation of Windows 7 Home Premium. I need to find out how to get the drivers needed on that machine.
I can't even connect to the internet with it to download them from the laptop itself. Now you will have to use another machine and download the drivers you need from the manufacturer's website. If it's a brand pc, simply go to the brand's support website and search for the model of your pc, get drivers from there. I'm the one who did the clean installation Presence. This is not the first time I've done it either.
I'm using my PC to post this question and my laptop with the missing drivers is next to me. This PC is my other machine and I got no problem with downloading the drivers however, I am just curious why it is that Windows didn't auto detect the drivers. I guess I learned that lesson a long time ago. This is my mom's computer and it had Windows 8 on it. I just wanted to know if anyone here could point me in the right direction to download my specific drivers.
In this case, go to the laptops' manufacturer site, search for your model on the support page and get the drivers there. It is actually a Toshiba Satellite like this one I will head to their site then and download them there then if that IS the solution. You are missing a few drivers. It does not matter who did the installation because all I had to go by was what was posted by Elf.
How come I don't see the drivers that I need from this list?? All I see is this. Am I missing something here? I thought that I would see the missing drivers from my list network controller, etc. Your machine may have been made to run Windows 8. Toshiba may not have written device drivers for the hardware in that machine for other versions of windows. I tried selecting Windows 7 x64 and most drivers were not listed.
I own a satellite c It came with Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit. I clean installed Windows 8 Pro and all devices worked after the installation. I guess the hardware for some windows 8 machines is not backward compatible with previous windows versions with some OEMs. I would contact Toshiba for a definitive answer on that question. You are also right when you say that someone should have the drivers before doing this, however, as far as I knew, Windows 7 always detected the drivers automatically.
Elf is actually my cousin. He started doing a partition on Windows 8 and something went wrong. I clean installed W7 and expected everything to be just fine. It just so happens that it didn't. In previous versions of windows you would not be having this problem.
MS threatened to raise the rate they charge OEMs for windows OS unless they stopped or drastically cut back on production of such machines. That sure makes a lot of sense.
I must admit that this is pretty smart on their part. Is it still your suggestion to get in contact with them or should I download the W8 version of the drivers? This whole secure boot thing is just another MS ploy at controlling what we want to do.
I haven't heard of any documented cases yet, but I have read that there is already a rootkit that can circumvent the "security" of the new secure boot process. I, for starters, could not find them all and the ones that I did find, did not work. I guess I'm back to W8 installation. Sorry to hear that Designing5!
I know you are frustrated. Hopefully it will work out fore you soon. I did what I didn't want to do but it's done now. I followed all the advice from you guys and I went ahead and installed W8 back. It's been installing updates and stuff. It's all back to "normal". There is one thing that is bothering me though: When I've tried to add a picture to my administrator user account. By the way, I AM the only user and the option to browse and camera are grayed out. Any idea on why this may be???
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