Everex StepNote LM7WZ Notebook Windows XP Drivers

Everex StepNote LM7WZ Notebook Windows XP Drivers

Everex LM7WE Notebook

Searching for High-Performance and Affordability in a Notebook? Look no further then the Widescreen LM7WZ from Everex.  Running on genuine Windows® XP Home Edition and powered by an Intel®

Celeron® processor the LM7WZ allows you to watch DVDs, burn your own CDs, play the latest video games, send email to friends and family and surf the Internet with either the built-in 56k modem, broadband-ready 10/100 Ethernet port or wireless 802.11b/g.

Everex StepNote LM7WZ Notebook Windows XP Drivers Download

At a glance:
Operating System:
Genuine Windows® XP Home Edition
Display: 15.4" WXGA Widescreen (1280 x 800).
Processor: Intel® Celeron® M Processor 350J, 1.30GHz.
Memory: 256MB DDRII 533, upgradeable to 2GB
Hard Disk Drive: 40GB SATA. 
Optical Drive: DVD-ROM/CD-RW Combo Drive.
Graphics: S3 Graphics UniChrome™ Pro 
Wireless LAN: Built-in 802.11b/g wireless LAN

Everex StepNote LM7WZ Notebook
Product Documentation File Name (Right click to download)

User Manual (2.48MB):everex_stepnote_lm7wz_user_manual.pdf

Quick Setup Guide (8.44KB):everex_stepnote_lm7wz_qsg.pdf

Warranty Agreement (1.0MB): Detailed information regarding the Everex Limited Warranty
everex_limited warranty agreement.pdf


File Name (Right click to download)

Audio (31.7MB):audio.exe

Keyboard Controller (267KB):

LAN (763KB):lan.exe

Modem (3.9MB):

Chipset (1.5MB):

Touch Pad (2.1MB)

VGA (6.9MB):vga.exe

WLAN (29.4MB):

5 thoughts on “Everex StepNote LM7WZ Notebook Windows XP Drivers

  1. come on werws the dowload drivers ? I got a stepnote lm7w only problem I have after just one installing W7 is driver for display adapter update. Windows 7 have fix display adapters in older laptops

  2. guss i:ll wait microsoft they always smem to find auto update for display driver for windows 7 allsome windows program…

  3. Hey, where are the drivers for the Everex LM7WZ !!

    This machine has been a pain in the A– since purchased.

    No support and no frigging products or help.

    WTF is that all about?

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