I have a Gateway MX6124 with anIntel Celeron M 1.5GHz processer. every so often it locks up and you can't do anything with it. then when you unplug it and remove that battery and replace them and try to restart the computer the blue power light will com on and will not boot up, no image on the screen and you can't hear the hard drive booting up and after a while of messing with it you can get it to boot up but it will lock up again when you least expect it it can go for a few minutes to working for hours before it happens again
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Your computer is in keypad mode. To check, turn off your Num Lock. On my system that disables the
embedded keypad. To fix, go into setup (usually F1, F2 or delete when booting). Somewhere you should find a setting for using the embedded keypad. Mine has two options, Fn Key Only and By Num Lock. Yours may be different. One activates the embedded keypad, which you are seeing. Try the other setting.
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Go to Control Panel - System - Device Manager and right-click on each of the hardware components where you need drivers. There will be a description of each item, so then you can download the drivers. Good luck
Go to your computer manufacturer's website and locate the software/driver page that specifically pertains to your system. locate and download the software/drivers that you are in need of. You should also see a notebook system software option to download as well. Be sure you download and install that as well.
I couldn't download it either until i tried a different approach Go to your hardware update wizard Choose Don't search I will choose the driver to install Scroll down and choose sound video and game controllers Choose the manufacturer which should be Conexant Audio and follow the steps to install that way.......
This was the only way it finally got installed and if it says it can't find the "camc6aud" sys file, under browse choose the directory where you downloaded the driver Example: C:cabs/Conexant Audio/camc6aud