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sTILL NO LINK TO AN alternate HP DRIVER Downloads. I did however find the link below for a paid for service which will keep All your drivers updated but costs a small fortune :( ...
If you have a numeric keypad on your keyboard you can try to use the ASCII code: Alt+072 for H or ALT+104 for h. Keep the Alt key pressed while entering the numbers on the key pad. You can enter any Unicode characters this way. I often use exotic Unicode characters in my passwords.
The controller is newer than the OS you're installing. Use the newest release of CentOS, and you'll have the appropriate drivers necessary to install the operating system and recognize the hardware.
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