[Drivers] HP dv4-5XXX / dv6-7XXX / dv7-7XXX / m7-1XXX (INTEL Ivy Bridge)

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  1. justinkw1

    justinkw1 Super Moderator Super Moderator

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    Sorry folks, I'm catching up on the updates - there's more to come...

    06/03/2012
    • Removed NVIDIA GeForce GT 630M / GT 650M graphics driver, version 8.17.12.9593 (295.93).
    • Added some additional information about how to install the Intel and NVIDIA graphics drivers.
    • Updated the download links to the Intel HD Graphics 3000 / 4000 driver for Windows 7 x64, version 8.15.10.2712 (15.26.9[.64].2712) / 6.14.0.3090 (Audio) (thanks epguy3).
     
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    06/08/2012
    • Added Realtek RTS5229 PCIe Card Reader driver, version 6.1.7601.29022.
    • Updated Broadcom Wireless LAN driver, version 5.100.82.130.
    • Updated IDT High Definition Audio driver, version 6.10.6395.0.
    • Updated Ralink RT3090 / RT5390 WiFi Adapter driver, version 3.2.13.0.

    06/10/2012
    • Updated Realtek PCIe Gigabit Ethernet Family Controller driver, version 7.058.
    • Updated HP SimplePass Software by Authentec, version 5.4.0.620.

    Looking into this driver...if it's compatible, I will add it to the first post.

    UPDATE: Yes, I can confirm that this works! Version 8.17.12.9593 (295.93) is now up. :)

    The dv4-5XXX series share many drivers with the dv6-7XXX / dv7-7XXX series, I may just add support for the dv4-5XXX to this thread.
     
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    new Intel HD Graphics drivers directly from the Intel web site:

    v8.15.10.2761 for Win7 (exe downloads):
    http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?agr=Y&DwnldID=21428&lang=eng
    http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?agr=Y&DwnldID=21430&lang=eng

    v9.17.10.2770 for Win8 (zip downloads):
    http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?agr=Y&DwnldID=21235&lang=eng
    http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?agr=Y&DwnldID=21180&lang=eng

    also, previous recent version of Intel HD Graphics driver 8.15.10.2712 from HP
    from these packages:

    sp57228 for Win7 32bit computers (the KIT45368.INF file is similar to the igdlh.inf file, nearly a "generic" version of the Intel HD Graphics drivers)
    sp57544 for Win7 64bit computers (the KIT45369.INF file is similar to the igdlh64.inf file, nearly a "generic" version of the Intel HD Graphics drivers)
     
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    Catching up on the updates...

    06/19/2012
    • Updated: Intel HD Graphics 3000 / 4000 driver, preview version 9.17.10.2770 (15.28.0[.64].2770) for Windows 8.
    • Updated: Intel HD Graphics 3000 / 4000 driver, version 8.15.10.2761 (15.26.12[.64].2761) / 6.14.0.3090 (Audio) for Windows 7.
    • Updated: Intel Rapid Storage Technology, version 11.2.0.1006.
    • Updated: Intel USB 3.0 eXtensible Host Controller driver, version 1.0.5.235.
     
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    @justinkw1: ALERT! The Intel HD Graphics 8.15.10.2761 64bit ZIP download (win7_64_152612.zip) has the wrong INF file. For some unexplainable reason, Intel packaged an OEM INF file (kit45406.inf) in the 64bit zip package when they should have packaged the igdlh64.inf file. The corresponding EXE v8.15.10.2761 downloads have the right INF files (igdlh.inf & igdlh64.inf) and the 32bit ZIP download has the igdlh.inf file. Users who use the 64bit zip download will have to edit the kit45406.inf file for the driver to install correctly, though that will break Microsoft's digital signature.
     
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    I'd like to say thanks for all the people who maintain and/or contribute to this forum. Comparing the posted drivers to the ones which came in my SwSetup folder, almost all of the drivers I got out of the box were a few revisions behind.
     
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    I'd also like to post my thanks for all who keep this page updated.

    Even though I only have an HP DV7 6197ca model, many of the updates are relevant for my system too. :)

    When combined with 16GB RAM, dual SSD's (Intel 256GB 520 Series) and the beta IRST 11.5.1171 storage drivers, many of the updates on the first page have given my system a noticeable increase in the responsiveness of my system (from the fully updated (via HP Support Assistant) 'stock' version I was running two weeks ago).

    I am curious if updating the BIOS firmware would be beneficial (or even possible...) - I may have to try it sometime (I'll report back if I do).


    Tried updating the BIOS from F.1B to F.0A but the installer is smarter than me: Wrong file for my notebook! Lol... (well, I tried...). :)
     
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