Compaq 6910p ACPI driver missing on Device Manager

I have a compaq laptop 6910p with drivers missing ACPI on Device Manager. I tried to get a download link for Hp to solve the problem BUT nothing helped. I am using windows Xp Pro SP3

Any person having a relationship? I'd appreciate it.

Thank you

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Hello:

Here is the link for the driver you need.

http://h20000.www2.HP.com/bizsupport/TechSupport/SoftwareDescription.jsp?lang=en & cc = us & prodTypeId = 321957 & prodSeriesId = 3357377 & prodNameId = 3357378 & swEnvOID = 1093 & swLang = 13 & mode = 2 & taskId = 135 & swItem = ob-48325-1

Paul

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