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No Wireless/ wi-fi

After reloading a complete install of windows Xp into my Gateway MX 6426 Laptop, I have had problems with drivers etc. I seem to have most drivers proper except, a few ethernet, and pci driver are showing confict? But my main problem is no wireless Lan. I tried all the downloaded drivers from gateway, etc. But I seem to not have any means to connect to the enternet, the only modem i seem to have is a fax, Can;t connect striaght to router or through wireless connections, neither do anything. as in if i plug in a ethernet cord nothing happens and the is no wireless on computer help please

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  • tommyhendren Jan 04, 2009

    dont fix it buy a new computer

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Hi there,
did you install the modem driver aswell? the modem and WiFi wireless is a mixed unit, as need both drivers to funktion.
/Teis

Posted on Jan 03, 2009

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