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NTLDR is compressed Press Ctrl+Alt+Del to restart

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  • cy1904 Jun 15, 2009


    Thank you; but, it did not work.

    I went to BIOS and changed the boot by CDROM. It still come back the
    same cycle. There is no way to push any button except pusing R to display Gateway System Recovery Option.

    Then, there is option to push F11 to start recovery.

    Either I push F11 to start recovery or not, it still come back the error
    message:
    NTLDR is compressed
    Press Ctro+Alt+Del to restart.

  • cy1904 Jun 15, 2009








    I kept pusing F12; I did reach a different screen.
    It said: Pre-boot eXecution Environment (PXE) v2.1
    and etc.

    After a while, it said
    Operationg System not found
    ( I did have the Window XP CD original inside the CD drive).


  • cy1904 Jun 15, 2009






    I kept pusing F12; I did reach a different screen.
    It said: Pre-boot eXecution Environment (PXE) v2.1
    and etc.

    After a while, it said
    Operationg System not found

    ( I did have the Window XP CD original inside the CD drive).

  • cy1904 Jun 15, 2009


    After kept pusing F12, it did not come out a menu. Instead, it came out
    something:

    Pre-boot EXecution Environment (PXE) V2.1

    Then after a short while, it said:

    PXE-E61: Media test failure, check cable
    PXE-M0F: Exiting PXE ROM.
    Operating System not found

    You did not answer mention Pre-boot .... and Operating system not found as
    I told you twice.

  • cy1904 Jun 15, 2009


    I went BIOS by pusing F2 while starting, I did choose CDROM/DVD as the boot
    choice. It repeated what I told you.

  • cy1904 Jun 15, 2009


    I made sure now I only pushed once on F12. It repeated what happened.

  • cy1904 Jun 15, 2009


    No, it shows pushing F10 goes to boot menu.

  • cy1904 Jun 15, 2009


    What I should do once in boot menu?

  • cy1904 Jun 15, 2009


    Nope. After I pushed enter, it came out the same thing as the problem I told you
    on the beginning.

  • cy1904 Jun 15, 2009


    The CD says Operating System Disc. It is inside. It did not spin.

  • cy1904 Jun 15, 2009


    If I push F11 after enter on CDROM/DVD, it goes to recovery the system.
    It works in recovering, then the same problem. I tried the CD on another
    computer, it works. Also, in recovering process, it woks too.

    See you later. I have to go.

  • cy1904 Jun 16, 2009


    It did spin but went to window recovery, the same problem NTLDR is depressed after recovery. I used the window CD for another desktop computer; it spinned
    on the start -- the same with the gateway window CD. After that, the CD disk
    does not spin in the recovery process, which means to me the system recovered
    by the FILE inside the computer (on the D: drive as I remember).

  • cy1904 Jun 16, 2009


    What do you mean okay?

  • cy1904 Jun 16, 2009


    The system can be recovered; but, every time after the system is recovered
    the same error message (as I mentioned the first time) shows again.

    The same error message shows again!

  • cy1904 Jun 16, 2009


    How do I install from the scratch?

  • cy1904 Jun 16, 2009



    The CD spins, but I do not see boot from CD. Therefore, I have no way
    to install fresh partition of the hard disk.

  • cy1904 Jun 16, 2009


    There is flop drive. There are several mini travel drives though.

  • cy1904 Jun 17, 2009


    Sorry, I meant to say there is no floppy drive. There are several MINI travel drive
    - one can insert a mini travel drive in each of them. But, no floppy drive.

  • cy1904 Jun 17, 2009

    I did as you told me. Then, I insert the CD into the laptop.
    It came out

    Select Version:
    1. Boot V3.5 Single CPU (Default)
    2. Boot V3.5 Multi CUP (Experimental)
    3. Boot V3.4 (previous Version)

    boot:
    Loading

    Now, it stopped with the cursor blinking after "Loading"


  • cy1904 Jun 17, 2009


    I pressed 1; it did not work. Then, I pressed 2 and it is working now. It tests
    and now it is in the process.

  • cy1904 Jun 17, 2009

    What do you mean a CD bootable? I only have one CD when I bought this laptop.

  • cy1904 Jun 17, 2009


    I tried again by pushing 3 and then enter. It is testing too. Do I need to finish
    the testing? What should I do if the testing is finished?

  • cy1904 Jun 17, 2009


    The CD I have is

    Gateway

    Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition

    Operating System Disc

    Use this disk to re-install your operating system

    To re-install the operating system:

    Insert this disk, close all programs, restart your computer, then follow the on-screen instructions.

    Again, what do you mean the CD, I do not have? That is the only CD
    with the laptop when I bought it.

  • cy1904 Jun 17, 2009


    Real window CD?

  • cy1904 Jun 17, 2009


    After I went setup the BIOS comes up. Also, I do not have your comments
    from the start.

  • cy1904 Jun 18, 2009

    Are there anyway for me to use a different "CD" like XP boot CD instead of
    window professional XP CD?

  • cy1904 Jun 18, 2009

    I somehow went into the DOS mode with C> on the screen. Is this okay somehow
    to reboot computer?


  • cy1904 Jun 18, 2009


    It does not do anything when I type exit and enter. I can be in either C: dirve
    or A: drive (which I think is my CDROM with a burned CD from killdisk).

    But, I indeed be able to use some DOS command such as dir and etc.

  • cy1904 Jun 18, 2009


    Is the following a boot CD I need?

    Microsoft Windows XP Professional x64 Edition w/SP2

  • cy1904 Jun 18, 2009


    You reminded me that I do have a Window ME CD. I used it now;
    it started to format my drive.

    What should I do after the formatting is finished.?

  • cy1904 Jun 18, 2009


    After formatting and a while, it came out
    invalid system disk
    replacing the disk, and then press any key


    Model NX510S

  • cy1904 Jun 18, 2009


    Window ME would be okay enough for me, if I can make it work.

    I do have the key for Window ME. How do I make it work?

    It says
    invalid system disk
    replace the disk, and then press any key

  • cy1904 Jun 18, 2009


    If I can not make Window ME work, does that mean I will not be able to make
    it work with Window XP borrowed from someone or bought from a store?

  • cy1904 Jun 18, 2009


    If I buy a one, is the following okay?


    Microsoft Windows XP Professional SP3 32-bit for System Builders - 1 packDo I need to buy the key certificate separately?

  • cy1904 Jun 18, 2009



    After I used Window ME, it seems to have erased some files which was
    blocking the window xp to work properly.

    Now, I used Window XP. Recovery CD from Gateway again, it spend more
    than 2.5 times time to recovery. I hear CD constantly spinning during the recovery. It seems to me this time it uses CD to recover without anything
    from the hard disk. I formatted the hard disk with Window ME.

    Window seems to work now. But there are something else.
    When I type certain keys on keyboard, it goes to somewhere else.

  • cy1904 Jun 18, 2009


    I can not type msinfo after the run, since typing m goes to disappear.

    I checked the regional language, it is USA english.

  • cy1904 Jun 18, 2009

    Typing m as to msinfo after the run, it does not do anything.

  • cy1904 Jun 18, 2009


    Other place, I can type m though. I do have another keyboard like what I am
    using to type right now for my desktop. But, there is no slot for me to connect
    any keyboard to laptop.

  • cy1904 Jun 18, 2009


    The problem is still there, mouse is okay but the keyboard works funny.
    It seems to me only some keys do not work well.

  • cy1904 Jun 18, 2009

    How do I make the keyboard to work?

  • cy1904 Jun 18, 2009


    What do you think is the problem for the keyboard? What is my option?

  • cy1904 Jun 18, 2009


    I will have to disconnect from this desktop and reconnect to laptop and
    then install internet software to do that. Thanks.

  • cy1904 Jun 18, 2009


    I can not connect to the internet after disconnect this desktop and reconnect the
    wireless box to the laptop.

  • cy1904 Jun 18, 2009


    I also found that there is no sound device.

  • cy1904 Jun 18, 2009


    It could be because I formatted the harddisk by using window ME before I recover
    window XP? I also found there is no sound device.

  • cy1904 Jun 18, 2009

    There are so many on the site you told me. How do I know which are
    drives I need?


  • cy1904 Jun 18, 2009

    I read. But, which drives I need to download?

  • cy1904 Jun 18, 2009


    There are several dozens of drives, which do I need?

  • cy1904 Jun 18, 2009


    I will be working on this issue and then ...

  • cy1904 Jun 19, 2009


    I have download these *.exe files. But, after I clicked *.exe, I did not see
    whether the drive is installed.

    How do I install the drive so that I can go online?

  • cy1904 Jun 19, 2009


    I downloaded those files, and installed them. But, I still can not go online.
    Which one is for me to go online? I can talk to you once I get online.

  • cy1904 Jun 19, 2009


    Once I go online, I should be able to use gateway update for other drivers.

  • cy1904 Jun 19, 2009

    I had been online. But, I was told that 353 426 910 is not valid anymore.
    Also, which name I should type in, cy1904 or fred cheng?


  • cy1904 Jun 19, 2009


    I tried on this desktop again. The number 353 426 910 has expired.

    Also, which name I should type in, cy1904 or fred cheng?

  • cy1904 Jun 19, 2009


    So, you mean the number 353 426 910 is not expired. Only you are busy right now. That is okay.

  • cy1904 Jun 19, 2009

    THANK YOU FOR THE TI E

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Please use the windows installation cd to perform a repair installation of windows.

how to perform a repair installation

this is for xp, but its similar on 2000 and on vista.

insert your Windows XP Setup CD, and restart your computer.

1.When the Press any key to boot from CD message is displayed on your screen, press a key to start your computer from the Windows XP CD.

if not then the computer is not set to start up from a cd, you can either enter the setup / bios to change that setting OR right when you power up the computer look at the screen it will say what button to press in order to enter boot menu or bios, it will very likely be button F12 or similar, it should say on the screen when you power on.

if it doesn't, then you need to go into the bios and change the boot order so that the computer starts from the CD first.

after that you should be able to start from the cd and install the OS (Operating system, eg.Windows)

here's some info on how to work the bios: http://www.whitecanyon.com/how-to-change-boot-order.php


Repeat step 1 when you have changed the boot order.

2.Press ENTER when you see the message To setup Windows XP now, and then press ENTER displayed on the Welcome to Setup screen.

3.Do not choose the option to press R to use the Recovery Console.

----------- Optionally you can press R to use recovery console. Issue the following commands: if the commands don't solve the problem continue with repair install.

When prompted type "1"

When you are prompted, type the Administrator password. If the administrator password is blank, just press ENTER.

now you should be at the command prompt and ready to repair

Type the following:

cd \ (PRESS ENTER)
attrib -c ntldr (PRESS ENTER)
exit
(PRESS ENTER)

Restart the computer and if the problem is not solved go back to step 1 and follow instructions skipping over this optional part and repair windows.

4.In the Windows XP Licensing Agreement, press F8 to agree to the license agreement.

5.Make sure that your current installation of Windows XP is selected in the box, and then press R to repair Windows XP.

6.Follow the instructions on the screen to complete Setup.

7.Ones windows is working you will need the drivers for your computer, they are at the makers website, for hp and compaq. www.hp.com for acer http://support.acer-euro.com/drivers/downloads.html for all other brands go to google and write Brand drivers. Should get you to the right place. Dell is most likely www.dell.com and so on.

Posted on Jun 15, 2009

  • 49 more comments 
  • Ekse Jun 15, 2009

    Keep tapping f12 when you power on the computer you shoud get boot menu.

    this is really the only solution to this problem and you will have to get the computer to start from a cd or a diskette to solve the problem.

  • Ekse Jun 15, 2009

    Also you must have the windows setup / installtion cd in the drive, any other cd won't work.

  • Ekse Jun 15, 2009

    on the f12 it should give you a menu of options on which you need to select the cd / dvd drive and then press enter.

    press it a few times right when you turn the power on before the ntldr message comes.


  • Ekse Jun 15, 2009

    I got your last comment two times.

  • Ekse Jun 15, 2009

    Pre-boot eXecution Environment (PXE) v2.1 ----- This and similiar messages come when the computer attempts to start up from network / the network adapter instead from cd or hard drive.

    you possibly pressed f12 too many times and it selected network boot from the list.


  • Ekse Jun 15, 2009

    Pre-boot EXecution Environment (PXE) V2.1

    Then after a short while, it said:

    PXE-E61: Media test failure, check cable
    PXE-M0F: Exiting PXE ROM.
    Operating System not found

    The above messages come when the machine attempts to start up from the network instead from hard drive or cd.

    When you start up the computer, pre boot, on power up.
    look at the screen it should tell you press button to enter bios And at some other point of the screen it should tell you press button to enter boot menu, you might need to go into bios and make sure that boot menu is enabled.

    Also on the boot order make sure that boot other devices is disable, you could set the boot order so that you have only CD / dvd drives on the list.




  • Ekse Jun 15, 2009

    I looked around and if this is a gateway notebook as you had posted on your other problem then the key is F10 instead of F12 it varies between brands.

    Try f10 instead of f12.


  • Ekse Jun 15, 2009

    I looked around and if this is a gateway notebook as you had posted on
    your other problem then the key is F10 instead of F12 it varies between
    brands.

    Try f10 instead of f12.

  • Ekse Jun 15, 2009

    Yes, Press F10 to go into boot menu.

  • Ekse Jun 15, 2009

    Yes, Press F10 to go into boot menu.



  • Ekse Jun 15, 2009

    MAke sure the CD is in the drive, then on the boot menu use the arrow keys to select the CD/DVD drive and press enter to start from it, Follow previous instructions posted to either perform repair install or use recovery console.

  • Ekse Jun 15, 2009

    does the cd spin in the drive? do you have another cd that you could try? what does it say on the cd?

    Also you need to press a button when the computer asks you to press a button to start from cd...


  • Ekse Jun 15, 2009

    seems like there is something wrong with the cd drive not spinning the disc or starting from the disc, it is pretty much the only way we can solve this problem unless the laptop has a floppy drive?

    you will need to get the laptop to start up from the cd, it should have started up from it already, something is wrong, possibly the cd drive or you might have a bad cd, does the cd work in other computers? On boot, not in windows?


  • Ekse Jun 16, 2009

    okey

  • Ekse Jun 16, 2009

    You said the system recoverd from file, so, you got the computer recovered and working?

  • Ekse Jun 16, 2009

    You have all the instructions you need on this page, if you would just read and follow them.

  • Ekse Jun 16, 2009

    okay in that case you need to use the windows installation cd, you can do a fresh install instead of a repair install, delete the partitions of the hard drive and then install into the empty space. it will create a new partition and formatting, thats completely starting from scratch and you shouldn't get any error messages anymore.

  • Ekse Jun 16, 2009

    with the windows installation cd, instructions posted Earlier on how to start from the cd, press enter to setup windows now, the above instructions but in this case, don't perform any repairs, you will have to delete the old partition that has windows already installed, then press enter to install into the empty space.

    Watch this video to see how its done:

  • Ekse Jun 16, 2009

    Does the computer have a floppy drive or do you have one around you could use on the computer?

    You could start from a diskette (download a diskette with cd support from this link ftp://infas.lzuu.lt/Boot_disk/win98se/boot98se.exe or http://www.bootdisk.com/bootdisk.htm its the windows 98 se OEM)

    starting with the floppy in the drive, you will have to enter into boot menu or bios to adjust the boot order so that it starts from the floppy. Then on the floppy when it comes up, select start with CD support. ones it has started and you have the cd in the drive, you will have to open the cd drive, type "d:" without quotes. in most cases it will be D, it can also be a different letter like E, R, F, G, H. it should be mentioned on the screen at somepoint.

    on the cd go into i386 folder and run the file winnt.exe
    so to do this all start from the floppy with cd support, type:

    d:
    cd i386
    winnt.exe

    the windows setup will start.




  • Ekse Jun 17, 2009

    Sorry? I didn't get that.

  • Ekse Jun 17, 2009

    well, I don't know about those drives, can you tell me the brand and model of those? Also do you have another cd to try on this computer?


    If you don't then

    Lets test your cd drive with another type of a start up disc, this is a memory test program. Download the file and save it to your desktop
    http://www.memtest86.com/memtest86-3.5.i...

    then right click on the file and select Extract all, extract the contents to your desktop.

    then download and install iso burner. here
    http://software.lsoft.net/IsoBurner-Setu...

    install the burning program, then start the burning program from the shortcut or from the start menu, open the iso file into the buner (click browse) then insert a empty cd-r or rw into the drive and burn the memory testing program into the cd, ones the burning is done.

    take the cd out and put it in the laptop, on the laptop enter the boot menu, which button was it f10? select cd drive from the list and press enter, the memory testing program should start on the computer.

    if the program doesn't start, then its possible that the cd drive is not working properly. You will have to get someone to look at it inperson or take it to a professional for testing as the cd drive might need to be replaced if its not working.

    If the disc isn't working, you could try cleaning the lens, as shown on this video: its for a PS2 but basically the cleaning is done the same way.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wGk3UltJ0...


  • Ekse Jun 17, 2009

    press 1 and then press enter.

    well seems like you where able to start up from this cd. Try the windows cd again and do as you did with the cd you burned.

    if it doesn't start then theres a problem with the cd or its not bootable (can't be started from) and you would need to find another windows cd. Well ones you get a working cd, all the instructions are already posted on this page.




  • Ekse Jun 17, 2009

    Okay, then the problem is clear, the windows cd you have can't be started from, you need the right kind of windows setup cd that is bootable.

  • Ekse Jun 17, 2009

    The cd, windows setup cd, windows installation cd.

    If you can't start from the windows installation cd then obviously the cd is the problem and you need an actual windows xp setup cd that can be started from(is bootable)

    and then you can follow the repair advice I've posted on this page, infact in the very first message I sent you.

  • Ekse Jun 17, 2009

    Noting, I told you Lets test your cd drive with another type of a start up disc. We just wanted to test if the cd drive works, the test doesn't matter at all.

    did you watch the first Video I sent you about installing windows, Can you do what you see on the video?

  • Ekse Jun 17, 2009

    you need a real windows xp cd to fix the problem, not a gateway recovery disc.

    If you don't have that disc, you could buy windows, it costs around 100 - 200 usd, comes with cd and everything (the cd that we need to fix the problem)

    OR you can take it to a professional who can fix it for you. since you can't fix the problem without the right cd.


  • Ekse Jun 17, 2009



    above is a windows xp professional installation cd.

    If you can not follow instructions by using the gateway disc, as shown in the video, then you don't have the right disc to solve this problem.

    Did you watch the video? Put the cd in the drive (gateway disc) Open boot menu as before, select the cd / dvd drive, then as you see on the video I sent you, press a button to enter the setup, and follow instructions that I have posted for you on the form of text and in the video.




  • Ekse Jun 17, 2009

    insert your Windows XP Setup CD, and restart your computer.

    1.When
    the Press any key to boot from CD message is displayed on your screen,
    press a key to start your computer from the Windows XP CD.

    if
    not then the computer is not set to start up from a cd, you can either
    enter the setup / bios to change that setting OR right when you power
    up the computer look at the screen it will say what button to press in
    order to enter boot menu or bios, it will very likely be button F12 or similar, it should say on the screen when you power on.

    if it doesn't, then you need to go into the bios and change the boot order so that the computer starts from the CD first.

    after that you should be able to start from the cd and install the OS (Operating system, eg.Windows)

    here's some info on how to work the bios: http://www.whitecanyon.com/how-to-change...


    Repeat step 1 when you have changed the boot order.

    2.Press ENTER when you see the message To setup Windows XP now, and then press ENTER displayed on the Welcome to Setup screen.

    3.Do not choose the option to press R to use the Recovery Console.

    -----------
    Optionally you can press R to use recovery console. Issue the following
    commands: if the commands don't solve the problem continue with repair
    install.

    When prompted type "1"

    When you are prompted, type the Administrator password. If the administrator password is blank, just press ENTER.

    now you should be at the command prompt and ready to repair

    Type the following:

    cd \ (PRESS ENTER)
    attrib -c ntldr (PRESS ENTER)
    exit
    (PRESS ENTER)


    Restart the computer and if the problem is not solved go back
    to step 1 and follow instructions skipping over this optional part and
    repair windows.

    4.In the Windows XP Licensing Agreement, press F8 to agree to the license agreement.

    5.Make sure that your current installation of Windows XP is selected in the box, and then press R to repair Windows XP.

    6.Follow the instructions on the screen to complete Setup.

    7.Ones
    windows is working you will need the drivers for your computer, they
    are at the makers website, for hp and compaq. www.hp.com for acer
    http://support.acer-euro.com/drivers/dow... for all other
    brands go to google and write Brand drivers. Should get you to the
    right place. Dell is most likely www.dell.com and so on.



    Incase the above doesn't work then follow the instructions on the video:



    Only follow the video if the repair install or repair console don't solve the problem.


  • Ekse Jun 18, 2009

    if you are on the repair console you needed to type


    cd \ (PRESS ENTER)
    attrib -c ntldr (PRESS ENTER)
    exit
    (PRESS ENTER)



    in the "dos mode" exit will restart the computer and the issue may be solved.


  • Ekse Jun 18, 2009

    I don't know where you went, well, ctrl+alt+del should restart it or unplug it for a minute.

    no, you need a windows installation cd. you could borrow one from a friend of collegue.


  • Ekse Jun 18, 2009

    can you send me the model of the gateway computer so I can see if that x64 version will work or not.

  • Ekse Jun 18, 2009

    well, install ME to the computer if you wish. The ME disc will give you windows ME, not xp. Well if ME works then you could try using the gateway disc and see if it works properly now and restores the computer to xp.


  • Ekse Jun 18, 2009

    Yes the x64 version will work, note that the Repair install option will most likely not work if you had a different version of xp professional installed.

    preferably you would want to have the normal or 32bit version of windows.

    x64 is for the newest computers,
    32bit is for the newest computers and also works with older computers.


  • Ekse Jun 18, 2009

    its starting to sound like that it would be best if you took the laptop to a professional. so you don't waste money on buying cds and end up unable to use them.

    take it to a local professional, should get it working in a hour or two, depening on how fast they work it might take a day. so take it to a professional.


  • Ekse Jun 18, 2009

    there should be a key on the bottom of the laptop.

  • Ekse Jun 18, 2009

    that is probably because the keyboard is set to another language or possibly some drivers might be missing.

    first lets check if any drivers are missing, to this:

    start -> run -> typein: msinfo32 -> open components -> open Problem devices. Send me the details, device name, pnp id and error if there is one.

    If there are no problem devices then you can close the window and that is not the problem.

    now check if the right language is being used.

    press STart -> control panel -> click on classic view on the left side, and find Regional and language options icon, double click to open,

    make sure the location and languages are set correctly.

    open keybards and languages, then ckick on change keyboards.

    make sure the default input language is the right one for you.

  • Ekse Jun 18, 2009

    I don't understand, typing m goes to disappear?

  • Ekse Jun 18, 2009

    If the button M doesn't work then you most likely have a stuck button, do you have a USB or any other keyboard you could connect to the laptop?

    most likely button is not working.

    If the problem is solved please click on the accept solution button below.

  • Ekse Jun 18, 2009

    okay, so is everything working? problem solved? do you need anything else?




  • Ekse Jun 18, 2009

    Whats wrong with the keyboard now? Do you have internet on the gateway laptop? WE could do a remote support session to get all the rest of the problems solved right.

    if you have internet connection on the gateway laptop then go to www.fastsupport.com with the gateway laptop.

    enter your name, and the key is 353 426 910 without spaces.

    Thanks

  • Ekse Jun 18, 2009

    lets open the remote support session and lets look into it. see the instructions on the last comment.

  • Ekse Jun 18, 2009

    Can you use a wire instead of wireless?

    most likely the drivers are not installed, they are available for download at
    http://support.gateway.com/s//Mobile/Q10...




  • Ekse Jun 18, 2009

    The Drivers are missing, did you read the step 7 on the guide I sent to you two times?
    Ones
    windows is working you will need the drivers for your computer, they
    are at the makers website, you will find the link on the previous link I sent you.

  • Ekse Jun 18, 2009

    No, Are you actually reading my comments?

    As I said even in the first solution I sent to you, on step 7 after the windows is installed the drivers would need to be installed, that is normal process on all computers when windows is installed.

    Its normal, get the drivers and install them. They are on the page I sent you two comments ago.




  • Ekse Jun 18, 2009

    Download these files:

    D00455-001-001.exe -
    Gateway Notebook Computer Intel SATA Support Driver
    Version: 5.5.0.1035



    D20009-000-001.exe -
    Windows XP and Vista (32/64-bit) TI Media Card Reader Driver



    D00510-001-003.exe -
    Motorola Modem Driver Version: 6.11.04.02


    Supports: Windows XP











    D00456-001-001.exe -
    Gateway Intel Chipset Driver Revision: 6V 7.2.2.1006


    Supports: Windows XP
    D00502-002-001.exe -
    Audio Driver Version: 5.10.4889.0


    Supports: Windows XP


    D00243-001-002.exe -
    Gateway Notebook Touchpad Driver Version: 7.12.3.0


    Supports: Windows XP


    I do not know which one is the right wireless driver, I would have to install it for you on remote support ones you get the computer online with a wire.

    The right driver is one of these:

    BCM40100.exe - Broadcom Wireless Driver Version 4.100.15.5
    Supports: Windows XP
    Note: This is the Windows XP Broadcom Wireless driver for the Gateway notebook computer models listed below.
    11/28/2006



    D00507-001-001.exe - BroadCom Network Driver Version: 4.10.40.0
    Supports: Windows XP
    Note: This is the Windows XP network driver for the computer models listed below. English and Japanese instructions are included in the file.
    5/1/2006



    D00509-002-001.exe - WidComm Bluetooth Driver Version: 5.0.1.1200
    Supports: Windows XP
    Note: This is the Windows XP Bluetooth driver for the computer models listed below. English and Japanese instructions are included in the file.
    5/1/2006



    D00516-002-001.exe - Marvell Network Driver Version: 8.50.1.3
    Supports: Windows XP
    Note: This is the Windows XP network driver for the Gateway computer models listed below. English, Spanish, and Japanese instructions are included in the file.
    4/27/2006


    D00508-001-001.exe - Gateway Intel Wireless Network Card Driver Revision: 10.1.0.13
    Supports: Windows XP
    Note: This file contains the integrated Windows XP Intel(r) PRO/Wireless network card driver, version 10.1.0.13, and Intel PROSet, version 10.0, for the Gateway notebook computer models listed below.



    Same with the video driver, one of these will be the correct one.

    D00506-001-001.exe - Intel Video Driver Intel 6.14.10.4436
    Supports: Windows XP
    Note: This is the Windows XP video driver for the computer models listed below. English and Spanish instructions are included in the file.
    5/12/2006



    D00457-005-001.exe - ATI Video Driver Version: ATI 8.205.0.0
    Supports: Windows XP
    Note: This is the Windows XP video driver for the computer models listed below.


  • Ekse Jun 18, 2009

    Hello, Read the previous comment, those are the drivers that you need, find them from the page.

    If you get the computer online with a wire I can install them over remote support.

  • Ekse Jun 19, 2009

    Hi,

    on the gateway download page, click on any driver and it comes up with "Download Now
    How to Download
    How to Install"

    Click on how to install on the page of the spesific driver to get instructions, you will have to read the how to install document for all drivers to find out how each one is installed, repeat this for all drivers untill all drivers are installed.


  • Ekse Jun 19, 2009

    well, since you can't open msconfig I can't find out which one is the right one, do you see all the ones that are under
    Network Downloads?

    Try All of them.


  • Ekse Jun 19, 2009

    Please wait im on another session and I will get to you soon.

  • Ekse Jun 19, 2009

    Please wait I can only support one person at a time over remote support.




  • Ekse Jun 19, 2009

    That number is expired because its from yesterday here is a new one

    691 255 531



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