HP Pavilion 17-g101nu: Windows 7 drivers for HP Pavilion 17-g101nu (where?)

I just bought my new laptop and I'm having a hard time looking for Drivers Win7.

I bought without a pre-installed operating system because I have a Win7 disc. I just installed and I can't find drivers win7 for this on the HP support page.

Can someone redirect me please to find them?

Thank you very much

Hello:

You should be able to use the W7 x 64 drivers and software of the 17 t - g000 on your model except the BIOS and firmware files.

http://support.HP.com/us-en/drivers/selfservice/HP-Pavilion-17-G000-notebook-PC-series/7771368/model/8381915

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