You probably need the correct chipset drivers for your computer.. The dv6000 has a number of configurations including either Intel or AMD processors and matching motherboards.. In addition, depending on what you mean by the USB drivers, you may be referring to the motherboard USB ports or maybe a separate card reader..
So your EXACT model number and processor are necessary for an exact remedy.
In the meantime, see the link below for the dv6000 drivers..
HP Pavilion dv6000 CTO Notebook PC Drivers
Drivers for AMD Installations.
And if you're using an Intel processor, the link below should get you the newest chipset installer utility. (Verify that your processor is compatible.):
Hope this helps.
Can someone please direct me to a USB driver download for a Pavilion dv6000? I have Windows XP.
Neither Windows online search nor HP's recovery DVD have been able to locate the necessary drivers. HP.com does not have a download for USB drivers for the 6000, at least not one that is labeled as a USB driver, and that is all I should need to install.
I had to reformat the HD last week and yesterday suddenly all 3 USB ports stopped functioning. The device manager gives me the following message for both the USB enhanced PCI and the USB Standard:
"Windows cannot load the device driver for this hardware. The dirver may be corrupted or missing. Code 39."
Thank you for any suggestions!