|I've bought a laptop, an HP one, which states the model is : Pavilion|
Now, this is a very general name. Downloading software based on that, is not possible. So, when looking up the name (used on the invoice) this laptop is called 15-P032ND
Fine, a more easy name would be clearer, but OK.
Then comes the trick; if you go on the HP support website ... well, the name of "15-P032ND" suddenly is unknown.
All Pavilion laptops are entitled DV-6.., DV-7 ..., and similar.
You can see the question; I don't know what exact model my laptop is. (No, I didn't steal it, I bought it), but HP documentation is not very, large.
On the laptop itself it doesn't state, and on the sticker with serial number and other components, it doesn't either !
Is this typical HP, or am I missing something. I had a DELL laptop, where the model name (including number) is noted on the machine. Never had a problem.
My HP laptop does have a sticker with AMD A8.
It seems like these days, you have to be a specialist on everything, since there's very few support from vendors itself.
Can anybody help ? I just need to be able to download the CORRECT drivers.