DRIVERS: GATEWAY EC54 ATHEROS WLAN

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File Name: gateway_ec54_37612.zip
File Size: 38.6 MB
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GATEWAY EC54 ATHEROS WLAN DRIVER



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This is also the way to get updated firmware software for your modemwhich is adequately explained elsewhere. Check out eBay or similar sites if you really need an external one.

Motorola have SM56 drivers here. If you happen to have an Intel dialup modem driver for XP or other Windows flavours, email me and let me know! I am mirroring some of the most commonly needed drivers here: Conexant HSF dialup modem driver: Gateway EC54 Atheros WLAN BlueSoleil drivers work perfectly with them.

JMicron This was in a fairly recent laptop. JMicron have all their drivers squirreled away on an FTP site herebut you can get the card reader driver from me too: JMicron laptop card reader driver: These are mostly found in Compaq or HP laptops notable models: Winbond card reader driver for laptops: I found this driver on the Medion website: Winbond Gateway EC54 Atheros WLAN card reader: This driver supports Memory Stick Ricoh R5C8xx card reader: The majority of them excluding proper branded products like from Logitech or Microsoft use one of a small number of Vimicro chips. Vimicro host a webcam detection tool on this page linked at the end of the first paragraph which looks up the necessary driver on their website and gives you a direct link to it.

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Vimicro webcam detection tool: Touchscreen driver for CFB Toughbook: Appearing in Device Manager as I found the driver for the card itself — identifiable as OX — on a typical filehosting site. Oxford Semiconductor Gateway EC54 Atheros WLAN card: The suggested package on driverguide.

Digging through the text files in that driver, though, I found a copyright notice from Sunix, who apparently actually make the card. Those of you just needing the driver for XP can get it from me here: Sunix PARA dual parallel port card: The Taiwanese site is only slightly less odd, but this page seems to link to drivers for each and every one of their products, including the DCU pictured here. The Gateway EC54 Atheros WLAN keys worked as Windows keys, if switched with the alt keys which took some getting used to. A guy named Thom Shannon wrote AppleKeys to get printscreen etc working — put applekeys2.

That page also has Applemouse, which gives you a key combination to right-click with a one button mouse. Lists of common manufacturers These are not exhaustive lists. I live in Australia so most of the brandnames I see on boxes are from the Asian market Gateway EC54 Atheros WLAN some of the bigger Northern American names.

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These lists are compiled from my own memory with the help of Wikipedia. It is now 1: I am having the same problem with my gateway, I am trying to follow your steps.

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I got to the point Gateway EC54 Atheros WLAN i am in network and sharing center, what do you mean by "right click wireless connection" I have been trying to fix my laptop for a few weeks now. Make sure it's enabled and if it is, delete it completely then restart. The system will reconstitute the connection and, hopefully, work properly. Kronin Mar 21,7: Oddly enough my niece's Gateway NE56R laptop just lost wireless capability.

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It worked like a charm!!!!!! What I did for the Gateway EC54 Atheros WLAN laptop- go to Control Panel. Free Download Gateway LT41P Atheros WLAN Driver for Windows bit (Network Card)Missing: EC Try to press Fn +F2 on your keyboard Gateway. mooseye Windows Mobility Center showed wifi "enabled", but disabling and re-enabling did the trick.:bounce:.

(For me it was the Qualcomm Atheros.)  Missing: EC

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