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Re: Do I need Gateway drivers for Vista Service Pack 1?
I think if you try to install vista you should be fine. just check the system requirements for vista to make sure your computer can handle it. If you have any special hardware devices then you might want to find any drivers for it and have them on hand just in case
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You could, drivers are based on manufacture. Like Realtek is a common maker of audio chips, and sometimes distributors use a popular motherboard. You may have plateaued at Vista, by try the Troubleshooting Compatibility with Vista 64 drivers before you roll it back.
Let's think about this. The computer is 3 years old, probably running Vista. It needs a new battery, not surprising on a 3 year old system. The screen doesn't work for some reason.
A battery & screen will run you $150-200. It may still have a problem.
A new computer with Win7 is $400-500.
I know what I would do.
This is the specific Vista driver for your computer. If you have been trying others, your hardware probably will not work. Hardware compatibility is an issue with upgrading to Vista. You need to make sure you are getting the right drivers from the device manufacturer, and sometimes you might find none available.