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Gateway MT3422 Drivers.

Discussion in 'Gateway and eMachines' started by deeselcyde, Sep 20, 2007.

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  1. tehevan

    tehevan Newbie

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    Okay well i wanted to know how you people downgraded the MT3422 to xp? I read things on how to successfully downgrade vista to xp and it varies depending on the computer, since you guys have the laptop i have i was wondering if someone could give me the step by step on how to do it.

    Also lets say i cant find a driver for the laptop or something, can i just put in the gateway recovery disk and reinstall vista and go back to the way it was? or is it more complicated than that.
     
  2. kinhvan666

    kinhvan666 Newbie

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    please, I need VGA Driver for XP of Gateway MT2422...
    please don't post "gateway support link" i can't connect to this...
     
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    scharphg Newbie

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    I had to replace the hard drive on my Gateway MX6920 notebook. After loading the system recovery CD, and installing the drivers found on the Gateway support websit, I now receive an error after windows boots up. The error is "sttray.exe - Entry Point Not Found," followed by "The procedure entry point LocalizeString could not be located in the dynamic link lbrary STLang.dll."
    Any suggestions?
     
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