Desktop HP Pavilion p6130y PC, installation of Windows 7 on the new SATA hard drive problem

First of all, I can't find the model p6130y number on the HP Support.  The original hard drive came out and it was replaced with a Seagate SATA 850 GB drive, buy Windows 7 on DVD and I tried to install. Obtained through formatting the drive. Their only option now is to "Load a driver."  He says that I need to locate the HD driver on the media and press OK.  I can't find such an on installation disk so will try the find the right HD drivers for this model computer download on a USB key. Any ideas?

Hello:

Here is the link for the driver sata for your model:

Just download it and do not run it.

http://h10025.www1.HP.com/ewfrf/wc/softwareDownloadIndex?softwareitem=PV-77141-1&cc=us&DLC=en&LC=en&OS=4063&product=3980095&sw_lang=

The motherboard in your model has major problems with the drives out and that the results in the hard drive and DVD drive from the BIOS endangered.

It could happen to your model, it's why W7 cannot find the hard drive.

You will need to download and install this free program.

http://7-zip.org/

After installing 7 - Zip, right-click on the Sata driver you downloaded and select 7 - zip option in the list.

Select extract to: I leave extract the name of the file and extract the exe file in a folder of driver.

Once you have the file, open it and copy the contents of the folder on a drive portable usb flash without the src folder.

With the flash player and the installation of W7 media connected to the computer, boot from the installation of W7 media.

After selecting the install now option, select the training - Advanced menu, Options and select the option load a driver.

You should now see the storage driver files listed.

If you check the box, it only includes the compatible driver.

Follow the prompts and hopefully, W7 should install correctly.

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