|You may be able to get the specs by googling the model number or on HP's site. Or software like belarc, everest or cpuid may tell you what you've got. |
Once you find out, on Intel's site start here:
If it's an old P-I then you probably have a 400 series chipset. An old P-II or P-III may also be a 400 series. A newer P-II or P-III will have an 810 or 815 chipset.
It might not be the chipset drivers but that's the place to start.
Obama's a 2012'er. That explains EVERYTHING..