HP 15-r022tx Notebook PC has no driver support for windows?

I think to buy a computer laptop 15-r022tx flipkart HP and it comes with free back installed on it. But I want to install windows 7 on it and have the drive to it. But I'll take not all pilots, and so I looked for the drivers and downloads on HP support website, but on it, the research did not find my cell phone. But the laptop appeared when searched the main site... Only the support site had nothing for her. What should I do now? I want to buy this laptop but how they acquire drivers for windows 64-bit u? Help, please.

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