Question about Gateway 400SD4 Notebook
Try disabling the sound and rebooting, so that vista thinks its a new device and reinstalls
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Please find drivers at following link:
Please select Operating system (example xp home edition 32 bit or xp pro 32 bit or 64 bit) from the dropdown list for operating system.
Then download and install all the drivers one by one.
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