Which actual setup is it running? Virus Problem, Please Help. Once the Modtool is started it should detect the c: It runs so incredibly slow, it’s not even funny. I went to youtube to test it out, and nothing happened. I suggest you click yes at that stage.

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Gateway Laptop – Switching from Vista to XP – Windows XP – Laptop General Discussion

And I just got emailed back. First step will be to go on windows update and download all the critical updates for your computer. Then your video drivers got installed correctly. Once modding is complete you are asked to launch the setup again. Pshaw to install the ATI drivers you want toahem, “convert” them. I’m not sure what to do: I tried Google, but I can’t seem to find anything. When I use modtoolv4, after the click yes or no.

I monitored the processes, setup.


Both ATI and Gateway are dumbasses. It’ll be easier to install the rest once you’re able to go to the internet from XP. It says “Setup did not find a driver compatible with your current hardware or operating system. Which one should I choose to DL.


You must, first of all, install the SM Bus Controller, after that u’ll be able to install audio and video drivers. They’re all the same, the different links are just different servers holding the file so that one server doesn’t get overloaded.

Virus Problem, Please Help. I got my net working. I asked what were the remaining devices you still had to install and you answered only the audio device and gateaay bus device, so I thought your video card had been installed.

But they only work on weekdays. All times are GMT I tried that X times. I have the wireless, ethernet, and other various dp located and installed.

Download and unzip this file: Make sure you try those steps first. Now that XP is installed, I am having some trouble finding drivers. What exactly is the SMBus? The time now is Choose not to connect to windows update and choose to install the driver from a list or specific location. Setup will now exit. After I reinstalled it to C: I have no idea where to proceed from here.


First thing is to try to connect to Windows Update and see if it finds the driver. Everything says that it is installed properly and working properly, but it is not working. If this works, i really don’t know how to thank you! If there are no network drivers for XP available from Gateway Support, try these ones download the files, boot in XP and install: Once the Modtool is started it should detect the c: