While Asus, HP, and MSI have all done a pretty decent job of posting Windows drivers for their computers online, Acer has yet to make the Windows drivers for the Aspire One mini-notebook available. You can find a security patch for Windows XP, a disk formatter, and “eNet management” software at Acer’s support site, but no audio, LAN, WLAN, chipset, or card reader or graphics drivers.
Fortunately AspireOneUser has stepped up and uploaded the drivers you’ll need to install Windows XP or Vista on an Acer Aspire One laptop.
Acer is currently only selling the Aspire One with Linux preloaded. Eventually the company will make a Windows version available. At that point, I’m sure the company will make Windows drivers available. But if you happen to have a copy of Windows lying around that you want to install on a system today, these drivers could help.
Update: For wireless driver that work with Windows 7, check out this post.