Question about Gateway GT4022 PC Desktop
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From this site you can check the software and drivers where you can restore your computer.
To enter the bios setup, during the boot process you just need to press F1 key.
Posted on Mar 07, 2008
Eistot. Let me guess. You operating system is Vista. This is a common problem for Vista users. Open control panel, open system, click the hardware tab, click the device manager button.
Scroll down to your devices that have a yellow ! point. Right click once on a device & left click update. Windows hardware update wizard will open, click not at this time & click next. Click install from a list or specific loacation. Click the brows button & than next. Point windows to C:\windows\system32 & choose to look in sub folders too. Windows should find your USB devices again.
If windows fails this endeavor please just post back here with your results so I can suggest another rout.
Good Luck & kind Regards eistot
Posted on Mar 01, 2008
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