Make sure it points to the netmw Thanks for your help. I would back up a few models , etc and try all of those too. I am on a home network and when we go through the steps on this model it shows connected on the task bar but I cannot reach the internet. I live in Belize and my friend had a friend pick up the laptop for him. Or “pop in” and schmooze with the repairpeople?

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The Vista Gateway, with a Marvell Topgun wireless card has problems. June 9th, 7. The Netgear driver works, my big hurdle with it was not activating it with the Fn key.


I’m having the same problem with this same computer but with I would say, though, it depends. Everything seems to be working really good except that the wireless does disconnect from time to time. Maybe a hardware conflict is present??? I found an XP Topdog driver on the Marvell site at the time, installing it did identify the device to XP as the Marvell “Topdog” previously “unknown device” but that’s it, still no functionality. Hopefully you will see those little files flying.

I live in Belize and my friend had a friend pick up the laptop for him. Or “pop in” and schmooze with the repairpeople?


But on the bright side, the one you picked out should have better support, being from Intel. My suggestion is get bit going, then run x 64 in a virtual machine like Microsoft’s Virtual PC, or assemble a dedicated bit rig. It has just now wavered, give the kid a break! I think I got my driver from Marvell site.

[ubuntu] No wireless Gateway MT, Ubuntu 64bit

What is it for Vista? If you are still having trouble then I’d suggest the k.

After installing the 64 bit version, I attempted following the same directions as before, but it doesn’t seem to be working. It’s hunt-and-peck, that hardware list was given me by Gateway support, I had already located all the drivers by then.

I have found and installed everything successfully expect the Sigmatel audio driver. I for one would question the use of Win XP64 on such a marginal machine. Tony author of “the thread that would not die and did not involve COAX”.

Drivers for Wi-Fi devices for Gateway MT6458 laptops | Windows 8.1 x64

Open this link in a new tab of your web browser: Marvell’s phone number given me by Gateway wirelesssmaybe you will wkreless better luck with them than I did. The first step is really to boot into Vista and document all the hardware from within Device Manager. Tony – so the AGN is a direct replacement for the topdog – is that what you found when you changed it – any problems.


And don’t forget about http: I would go the extra step of uninstalling the Netgear utility and extras, then deleting the Netgear folder, also wirfless lonebirch recommended. What would the step by step process be to install the device anyways?

I guess it works enough to get things done but I’d prefer it to work as advertised. By joining you are opting in to receive e-mail. With help from mmt6458 guys, I was able to get my wireless working wirelesz the 32 bit version as seen on this thread: The two files you want are yk51x I have an ftp server at home that works, but my laptop is at work, and I have to buy a jump-drive to transfer the files. Now go into the ‘Device Manager’ control panel in whatever way you prefer and double-click on the ‘?

I truly wish you the best.