Question about Gateway Computers & Internet
The xp computer needed to be configured to match the router's and the vista's settings. The Realtek driver was still there, we were just looking in the wrong place. Thanks for your response.
Posted on Oct 12, 2008
It sounds like you need to reinstall the driver for the Realtek network interface card (NIC). I recommend accessing the Gateway web site to find the model number of the laptop, and then download the driver for the Realtek NIC. This should restore the functionality.
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