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  • Franklin Heinis May 11, 2010

    I checked gateway for you, but it seems they themselves do not support XP. However the hardware you got in your computer should have perhaps xp drivers but then one has to search per hardware. So I can only help if you can provide me with the list of what hardware you have, like brand name and version, then I can help you and search all the drivers individually for you.


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