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Unfortunately notebook PCs can't be upgraded like desktop PCs can. Each model can only use that specific motherboard. The full specs for your notebook can be found here: http://support.gateway.com/s/Mobile/Gateway/M305CRV/3501715sp58.shtml This shows that that board can use either a Celeron processor or a Pentium 4 Mobile processor, both need to be the 100mhz buss speed versions. If you have the Celeron model notebook you can gain a little speed by replacing the chip and going to the Pentium 4 chip but it still will not be up to current notebook speeds because of the 100mhz buss speed of the board. Your best bet would be sell the laptop and get a new one. You an catch one on sale at Office Depot, Staples or Best Buy for about $400. You should be able to sell your unit for $150-250 and then put what you were going to use for a motherboard and you will be about at the price of a new one.
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Yes it can the maximum supported total ram is 256mb sdram you will need another 128 SDram. Look online for the best price, if you prefer to buy it in person it is cheaper at a computer special store, superstores that sell laptops will have new ones but as a much higher price.
It's not exactly a power supply, what you need is called an "inverter" and you are unlikely to find it at Wal-mart. Best buy may have them, but mostly they are sold by auto parts dealers and hardware stores. Home Hardware or Canadian Tyre both have them.
If all you're looking for is wireless internet within your home, then you can simply buy a wireless router off the shelf from Best Buy. However, a wireless router will only provide a range of a couple hundred feet, perhaps a couple of hundred yards. Essentially, it only provides internet access at a single fixed location. I'm getting the impression you're looking for something more.
If you're looking to have internet access wherever you go, no matter how far from home, you're going to need a subscription to wireless internet from a cellular provider such as AT&T or Sprint. They sell both internet access as well as the cards used to connect to the network, so check out their websites to explore your options.