6-in-1 Digital Media Manager
Compact Flash, Micro Drive, MultimediaCard (MMC), Secure Digital (SD), Memory Stick, and Memory Stick Pro
56K ITU V.92 ready Fax/Modem
802.11g integrated wireless (up to 54Mbps)
10/100Mbps integrated Ethernet LAN
Touchpad with Vertical Scroll Zone
1 - Type I or Type II; Card Bus
4 - USB 2.0 Ports
1 - VGA External Connector
1 - IEEE 1394 port
1 - RJ11
1 - RJ45
1.6-inches H × 14.0-inches W × 10.4-inches D
7.5 pounds (8.65 pounds total travel weight)
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no if you bought it on ebay more likely than not the correct keyboard drivers are not installed are the previous user wipped it simply search for the correct driver download it open control panel> device manager> find keyboard driver and update it to the correct one
Most Gateway® notebooks have a designated multi-function button or function key to turn your wireless on and off. This information is located in your notebook's user guide.
The user guides for the Gateway® branded notebooks are installed on your hard drive. To access your user's guide, from the Start menu, point to All Programs, and then click Gateway Documentation.
User guides are also located on the Gateway® Web site. To download or view a copy of the user's guide from Gateway.com, select your notebook type from the Notebook User Guides support page.
Another source of reference for networking your computer is the Gateway Notebook Networking Guide.
Gateway® M675 - Multi-function button (last on right)
Gateway® 200ARC - Multi-function button (last on right)
Gateway® M505 - Multi-function button (first on top)
Gateway® M500 - Multi-function button (first on top)
The Gateway® M275 notebook uses the system keys FN+F7
I had the same thing happen to my computer 7330 gz and all the trouble was caused by a faulty ac adaptor. Battery wasn't holding a charge either because it's 3 years old and worthless. I got a replacement adapter at best buy for 100 buck and it's universal. Fixed it up just fine and now I'm sharing my solution with you!
you have options....#1 send it out to gateway for an arm and a leg...(i have the same model and had the same problem), #2 find a local computer repair store...they will most likely charge about 30 for the part.(that's what i was charged + 60 an hour for labor took 2 hours...) or #3 do it yourself, if you can solder then i can talk you through most of the dis assembly..plus you can get the part remarkably cheaper
There is one thing you can try. Uninstall the drivers for the keyboard from the device manager, then reboot. The machine will find the keyboard and reinstall the drivers automatically. If this doesn't work, then I'm afraid the Shift key function has failed and the keyboard will need replaced in order to fix it.