HP 2000-2b19WM Notebook Drivers For Windows 8 64-bit

The Windows 8-based 2000-2b19WM offers a 15.6-inch display, the AMD E-300 Accelerated Dual Core Processor, AMD Radeon HD 6310, 4GB of RAM, and a 320GB hard drive.

The following software and drivers are compatible with your HP 2000-2b19WM and Microsoft Windows 8 64-bit.

Realtek High-Definition (HD) Audio Driver
Version:6.0.1.6937
Size:171.76MB

AMD High-Definition (HD) Graphics Driver
Version:12.104.0.0
Size:206.84MB

Synaptics TouchPad Driver
Version:16.6.5.1
Size:136.05MB

HP Wireless Button Driver
Version:1.0.6.1
Size:2.67MB

Qualcomm Atheros Bluetooth 4.0+HS
Version:1.00
Size:182.93MB

Realtek Local Area Network (LAN)
Version:8.10.1226.2012
Size:5.89MB

Qualcomm Atheros AR9000 Series Wireless LAN
Version:1.00
Size:33.02MB

Ralink 802.11 Wireless LAN Adapter
Version:5.0.5.0
Size:31.88MB

Ralink Bluetooth Software
Version:9.2.10.8
Size:80.15MB

Ralink 802.11 b/g/n WiFi Adapter
Version:5.0.2.0
Size:26.04MB

Realtek Card Reader Driver
Version:6.2.9200.29053
Size:11.06MB

PLDS Optical Drive Firmware
Version:DS-8A8SH KH63
Size:1.81MB

HP Quick Launch Software
Version:3.00
Size:7.51MB

2 comments

  1. how to downgrade to windows 7??

  2. Downgrading this machine to Windows 7 is possible. Its not particularly difficult, just time consuming.

    You’ll need to obtain the following:
    win 7 drivers – http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bizsupport/TechSupport/SoftwareIndex.jsp?lang=en&cc=us&prodNameId=5275377&

    Everything you need is there except the SM Bus driver.. which you will have to get from AMD directly.
    from THIS link http://www2.ati.com/drivers/13-1_vista_win7_win8_32-64_sb.exe

    Save these drivers to a USB flash drive. This laptop will not have internet connectivity until the network drivers are installed.

    You will need to obtain an OEM copy of what ever flavor of Windows 7 you wish to install (Home, Pro, Ultimate, etc.)

    You’re local mom and pop computer store that builds and sells computers should be able to set you up with one (you’ll probably have to buy a mouse or something to satisfy the hardware sales requirement for OEM)

    5 DVD’s to backup your current Windows 8 configuration (just in case something goes wrong).

    What you’ll need to do:

    1. First use the HP Recovery Manager to create Windows 8 restore DVD’s from the laptops Recovery partition. Just in case for some reason something goes wrong during the downgrade or if you ever want to go back to windows 8. During the downgrade the Recovery partition on the hard drive will be removed, so if you don’t do this now, you’ll have to order them from HP if you ever want to go back to 8.

    2. go in to PC settings from the charms bar select GENERAL, and scroll down to advanced start up options… choose the option that lets you enter BIOS. in there you will change the boot section to “LEGACY BOOT” (don’t worry about the warning that pops up) and set the first boot device to the internal DVD ROM drive. Put your Windows 7 DVD in the drive and hit F10 to save the changes and reboot. the PC should boot from the DVD and begin windows 7 setup.

    3. When setup gets to the part about where it asks Where You Want To Install Windows 7, Delete ALL the partitions listed, then create a new primary partition, and continue the install. Windows 7 will NOT install with any of the original partitions left in place.

    4. After installation completes and windows is activated, install the drivers.. starting with the chipset driver, and video drivers first. The rest can be installed in whatever order you wish..

    5. Download and Install Service Pack 1 from microsoft here http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=5842 choose the second from the bottom (the windows 6.1 x64 version)

    THEN
    install internet explorer 10.. from here.. http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=36806

    Once that is all done,

    head over to http://www.ninite.com

    tick the programs you want from the ones available, and click the get installer button.. it will download and install the programs you choose all in one automated sweep… this saves alot of time.

    Thats all there is too it…

    To go back to 8, just jump back in to bios, disable legacy boot and boot from DVD 1 of your windows 8 recovery disks made earlier. and itll be right back how it was when it was new out of the box.

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