Originally Posted by Jerry K
Unfortunately, no. It must be done with a correct driver. That was the only driver I was able to find.
Don't you have a was to restore to original with a restore disk set or a hidden partition on the hard drive?
No, the machine was originally a Windows 7 machine that I formatted and wiped entirely clean.
The only currently hidden partition I have is Ubuntu, because I still need to install grub manager. I had to format the seven partition because for some reason, the only working thing about this laptop was BIOs. If I tried to let it pass that, it would just freeze and give me a blinking cursor in the top left. I have a Windows 7 serial and product key, I just don't have a disc or iso for it.
I have the feeling someone else will eventually come across this thread in the Google index who has a similar problem. All the ones I came across were filled with people fixing their problem without saying how. Is it alright if I upload the pack of working drivers for this machine as a .rar file?
That is all.