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Ethernet driver for gateway 830gm

I reinstalled windows xp and now I have no ethernet nor usb bus port driver. Please help.

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  • renebrutusdi Mar 04, 2009

    this did not work...?

  • renebrutusdi Mar 04, 2009

    which one is the ethernet driver? Sorry..... Thanks in advance for any help.

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Insert computer serial number here to download the drivers.

Alternatively click driver download here: Gateway Support - 4659 Gateway 830GM

Click on the drivers, download them , then install them one by one.
Follow instructions from setup program.

Posted on Mar 04, 2009

  • Ginko
    Ginko Mar 04, 2009

    Hi, I gave the download page for your computer, you have to reinstall the ethernet driver , after downloading from that page.

    I do not understand why you gave me a bad rating.

    I will be grateful if you can correct the rating given.

    Many thanks.


  • Ginko
    Ginko Mar 04, 2009

    Hi, here is the link to the ethernet drver :









    IntelPro8019.exe -
    Intel(r) Pro/100 and PRO/1000 Network Driver
    Version: 8.0.19.0


    Click the red download now link on the page above.

    Please also change then rating given.

    Many thanks.


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