The recovery *should* have all the required drivers on it. If not, was
there a second disk included with the system ?
Here's the HP software/driver download page that includes the different
Click the *specific* link for your system. I checked and no controllers
are listed. Are you sure you're not referring to the drivers for the
And, what do you mean by " Tried registering the files and were
accepted. But nothing is working. " ... do you mean that the .dll files
you tried to registered showed as being successfully registered, and if
yes, which files did you attempt to register ?
BTW, this newsgroup deals with Windows Update issues. You would be
better served posting this an XP General newsgroup:
Or, an HP User Forum for Windows XP:
MowGreen [MVP 2003-2008]
> I had to do a reinstall yesterday. Everything looks weird and big. It also
> looks like it's missing a lot of features of Windows XP Home edition that was
> on there before I had to wipe everything out and start all over again.
> I have a pavilion hp dv1000
> Yellow question marks under:
> mass storage controller
> multimedia audio controller
> network controller
> video controller (VGA compatable)
> My recovery disk said it has all the drivers, apparently it doesn't. I
> cannot access the internet on that computer to get them. Don't know what I
> need or how to find them or even how to burn them on a disk off this computer
> so I can load them on the other. If I need winzip, I'm screwed as the
> computer doesn't have it.
> When I click "check my system automatically this appears:
> The option to upgrade will not be available at this tine because setup was
> unable to load the file D:\i386\winntupg\netupgrd.dll. Not for nothing, I
> DON'T WANT TO UPGRADE, I just want XP Home back on my computer.
> Tried registering the files and were accepted. But nothing is working.
> my cursor is large as are the fonts, but everything isn't so big that it
> looks like it's in safe mode. I don't know how to get into safe mode.