32-bit Dell Vostro A860 drivers for Windows 7

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32-bit Dell Vostro A860 drivers for Windows 7

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Does anyone know where can i find 32-bit Dell Vostro A860 drivers for Windows 7? I have been trying to get them but  I did not find them on Dell website. This might be because Dell did not release them yet?

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  • Welcome to the forums Yes

     

     

    MihaelaCovatariu

     

    This might be because Dell did not release them yet?

     

    That's exactly why you can't find them.  Dell haven't released Windows 7 drivers for any of their laptops (yet?)!

    If you have hardware showing in Device Manager which still requires drivers, just try the Vista 32bit drivers.

    Vista drivers have worked for most of us who needed drivers Wink

    From experience, I've found that:   “Beauty is in the eye of the beer-holder”!!

     

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  • TheRealFireblade
    Vista drivers have worked for most of us who needed drivers

    Yes, indeed, as I found out in the meantime Wink. Only the TouchPad Driver seems not to be working properly, but I' ll try to figure out how to make it work.

    However, thanks  for bothering to answer to a quite silly question, I'd say.