Oct 24, 2014

Hp Envy x360 Windows 7/8/8.1 Drivers




 Envy x360 designed for 64-bit Windows operating system, you will not be able to get the full performance with 32-bit OS since it will use up only up to 4GB in 32-bit OS. HP release windows 8.1 64-bit drivers for this model but you can also use it for Windows 8 since both are using the same platform.


Windows 8 and 8.1 - Original Driver sets

Chipset
Intel Chipset Installation Utility and Driver
Version9.4.0.1026, 5.52M
Download

Audio
Realtek High-Definition (HD) Audio Driver
Version6.0.1.7219, 216.01M
Download

MEI
Intel Management Engine Interface (MEI) Driver
Version9.5.24.1790, 40.08M
Download

Graphic
Intel High-Definition (HD 4400) Graphics Driver
Version10.18.10.3574, 146.29M
Download

Keyboard, Mouse and Input Devices 
Intel Virtual Buttons Driver
Version1.0.0.14, 1.37M T
Download

LAN - Ethernet
Realtek Local Area Network (LAN) Driver
Version8.24.1218.2013, 5.99M
Download

Storage 
Intel Rapid Storage Technology Driver
Version12.8.9.1000, 17.17M
Download

Card Reader
Realtek Card Reader Driver
Version6.3.9600.21247, 12.16M
Download

Original Multimedia Software
Cyberlink Media Suite Software Version10.0.7.4023, 48.71M Download
Cyberlink MediaEspresso Software Version6.7.2.5308, 54.97M Download
Cyberlink Power2Go Software Version8.0.7.4016, 106.77M Download
Cyberlink PhotoDirector Software Version5.0.1.5406, 216.86M Download
Cyberlink PowerDVD Software Version12.0.4.4223, 152.12M Download

Webcam
Cyberlink YouCam Software
2014-07-28 , Version5.0.4.4218, 145.8M
Windows 7/8 : Download

Security
HP SimplePass Identity Protection Software
Version8.01.11 Rev. A, 88.33M
Download

Security
 HP 3D DriveGuard Software
Version6.0.19.1, 18.22M
Download

Tool
HP Utility Center
Version2.5.3, 6.42M
Download

Tool
ENERGY STAR Qualified Power Plan
Version1.0.9, 4.03M
Download


Windows 7 Drivers - Essential Drivers for 64-bit

If you plan to use windows 7 for this model, here is the drivers you will need to install. Of course Hp didn't release windows 7 for this model because it is design for Windows 8. The drivers is from HP,  Intel and Realtek. Other drivers will be installed automatically. If you are looking for latest drivers, use Microsoft automatic updates.

Chipset: Download
MEI : Download
Audio : Download
LAN - Ethernet : Download
Graphic : Download
Card Reader : Download

Notes : graphic driver is intel 4th generation processor with HD 4400
For the original multimedia software and webcam, you can the original software from windows 8/8.1.

Recovery
Order Recovery Media - CD/DVD/USB (‏1) USB - Windows 8.1 64b (Dual Language) Recovery Kit 2014-09-29 , VersionN/A System Recovery Kit for Consumer Notebook- Details

8 comments:

  1. Ive tried installing win 7 x64 Pro on it and I keep getting the no driver screen before install starts. ive tried external dvd and usb. changed over to legacy from UEFI. Is it intel rapid that is causing it?

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    1. Here are the changes you should make on your BIOS :
      1. Enable legacy support (I believe you already did this) and disable secure Boot.
      2. Under system Configuration, set USB 3.0 configuration to "Auto". (If this option available)
      3. Next change the legacy boot order and UEFI boot order to internal DVD/CD -drive (if you are using your internal DVD/CD rom as boot device).

      Next, press F10 to save changes and reboot, press ESC upon start-up .
      You will see a new menu, select Boot device option (by pressing F9).

      Now you will be able to select your boot device and select your boot device. your boot device is your installation disk (example: if you are installing using your DVD-drive select it from the list).

      I strongly recommend to use your internal CD/DVD drive for the installation.

      There is a possibilities that you would need the SATA driver, try my suggestion first and do let me know the results.

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  2. Your awesome!! Thank you. I am about to give your info a shot. Ill report back.

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  3. Aziz, thank you so much!! Worked like a champ!! Your awesome!!

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  4. I know you are probably working with a x360 13 inch, but have you tried a x360 11 inch? It does not have the USB option and I have tried everything. I am pretty sure I am seeing when booting to Windows 7 it can see the legacy/auto USB. I just don't have the setting on the 11 inch to change to the USB. Any idea? Thanks PUG

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