Not that you’re stupid, but we all forget to overlook the stupid things sometimes. Sorry about my lack of posting there, first week of college is always fun In fact, they perform much better than Intel’s integrated graphics solution on benchmarks. I think I got my driver from Marvell site. Sorry this has been so frustrating to you.

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Then you can power down, re-connect the wires one at a time, then repeat until you find the problem. Thanks for your persistence! The point is, I dont have any money to buy a dedicated x64 machine, but the OS was free to me being a CIS major, since its a 64 bit processor, I figured why not.

Gateway MT6458 laptop Wi-Fi device drivers

It’s a Gateway MT I would uninstall any software you installed, shut down, remove the wires just in casereboot with the driver CD in the tray. It would go into a loop at start up just as the windows XP with the scrolling lights and would jump to wjreless and restart. I thought mine was TopDog, but cannot be sure Then go to this page: Tim Conard is the main geek behind the Geek Squad in No. All I’ve seen in the posts above is “xp” and no mention of x64 um He might have got this thing working – time will tell.


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It does not seem to even start the connection process. My tack was a little different Follow his instructions to the letter. I would have gladly supplied you guys with gateaay, including the wireless adapter.

And don’t worry, you won’t want to be bringing Vista back It’s been a long time since this thread started, there are many options for a replacement PCI-e mini WiFi card.

Many laptops have switches or buttons that kill the wireless card, does yours have one?

Is the wireless adapter enabled? Those are antenna wires as far as I know. My Cannon printer installed in a few minutes.

I’ve been going down the list at gateway looking for something that works now for three days and I can’t get any of them to work. It does NOT list any specific driver for topdog but there are so many listed that it may work for some of us. The laptop came with a Vista OS disk, the “recovery” partition is just all the added Gateway trial bloatware. Plus, I’m sure there are people who have been helped and not bothered to post like spilledcoffee.


A sample of a game called Warcraft played flawlessly. I’m usually a pretty quiet guy, but it’s nice to be appreciated once in a while. If Intel splash screen pops up dismiss it.

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Even though it was a netgear driver, it worked like a charm. But I finally didthis was in March.

I wonder if I need to get rid of the usb adapter software and see if it will work. I presume that is the PCI device. Thanks again for the help. Document your steps in an orderly fashion 9. Thanks for your help!