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This definitely depends on the kind of website you are hosting. If you already have a well-established e-commerce website, you will need to download the files and then upload them onto your system by rooting the case file.
Many of the payment gateways come with shopping carts integrated kits because it will be simpler to collect all the items in one list and make it easier for the buyer and the vendor to make the transaction in one shot. Along with this, it also comes with a large number of banks and payment options making it easier for the vendor to make a transaction.
If you are looking to integrate a payment gateway like PayUMoney when you are building your website, you need to give a post request for the API along with all your key and mandatory variables. This will integrate the gateway from the time your website is up and running. Reliable providers like PayUMoney offer complete technical assistance and support in setting up the payment gateway.
Make sure the first option in BIOS boot options is the CD\DVD drive. If it is not you need to move it to the top of the list (usually the +- keys).
If it is already at the top of the list then the problem is that the disk inserted is not formatted correctly to be booted from. If no CD\DVD drive shows up in the BIOS then the drive is not able to be booted from period
If you post the Gateway Model Number it would be helpful. Do you have one or two drives? Is the drive in the Computer folder? If so, you can right click the Icon, select Properties, select Hardware tab, your DVD/CD Rom will be listed, copy the DVD/CD Rom part number, Google search the part number.
in my past experience when you change drivers or bios, you should be able to unistall the new and restore the old. if you go to Gateway web site enter your model info or tag into search, it will provide the bios, drivers and software updates to your model. if you pick BIOS when your model info is displayed and download it, it should be the old one or original if no updates are listed. the links sent you may have answered this already. i have gateway pc so thats what i do.
You can try these and if they do not work, I can only suggest that you get on your support site and chat with a technician to see if they have windows 7 drivers for your notebook that are not posted on their support site.
If you already have the DVD drive then there should be a screw on the bottom of the unit that holds it in. Before you take out the old one just hold the new one on the bottom and that will give you the location of the screw that holds the DVD in.
Here is a link to your owners manual if you need it. It doen't cover the DVD drive. But the pictures and methods may help
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