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I'm assuming you are referring to the Wireless Network Adapter. Gateway has several different ones (which I'm sure you noticed) depending on which one was installed on the build date. To find the correct Network Adapter click Start, then type "Device Manager" (w/o quotes) and press Enter. In the new Device Manager window, look for Network Adapter(s) and click the "+" to expand it. At minimum, there will be two there, one factory installed and the other is the one you installed. Right click the adapter and select "Properties". This will give you all the information to download the correct driver for your computer. Return to Gateway's download site, locate the same driver and download it. I've had to do this a few times with my Gateway NV79 Notebook due to deliberate corrupted drivers during PC Hardware/Software Troubleshooting classes.
You can right click on the Video controller that is yellow exclamated, select uninstall. Then you can re-install the driver. This will put the new driver in and hopefully fix your problem.
tell me which Gateway model and what operating system and I'll send you a link for the driver . If I could be of further assistance, let me know. If this helps or solves the issue, please rate it. Thanks, Joe