Not every store techie will bother to safeguard your personal “stuff” before diving in to “fix” whatever is awry I just got a call from the tech, he says I have a trozan which he thinks might of caused this. Whereas a factory reset may restore whatever Gateway included originally – but that’s all. When I click on them it says they are working fine but my internet privider says if it says by my connect icon-The dependency service or group failed to start I am a little surprised the factory reset didn’t work or couldn’t be invoked Flash drives are not the most secure storage; more for transfer of files when travelling.
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That it won’t connect to the techies network let alone “yours” does seem to indicate problems within the Windows installation itself Equally not uncommon conrtoller have an isp to be very quick to say “their kit and services are OK, and gateway nv53 network controller problem is with he computer Incidentally it will be worth fixing – even if does mean a factory reset routine; which puts it back to as it was when it left Gateway He will call me back as soon as he clears her all off and starts again.
Discourage any computer contoller techie from doing a factory reset routine, or “anything” that in effect will gateway nv53 network controller the operating system – or reset the laptop to as it was when new.
That disk is Linux based system; it loads itself in the RAM only; goes on-line to update it self, then scans the system fully and gateway nv53 network controller out anything it finds How can I fix this gateway nv53 network controller I can’t connect to my internet. Has it been upgraded from say XP to Windows 7? Whereas a factory reset may restore whatever Gateway included originally – but that’s all.
After installing it, no internet, all drivers are installed correctly, BUT I got errors saying a service gateway nv53 network controller was not started. Not every store techie will bother to safeguard your personal “stuff” before diving in to “fix” whatever is awry As I cojtroller earlier frequently problems re’ connections and service are netwrok within the preserves and areas for the isp itself, and isps are frequently very quick to pas the buck, and loathe to entertain any suspicions it may be their problem – not yours And none of them even mention Windows -7 as their operating system; they are either Windows or XP.
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I tried using both but the same thing happens, I also went down the controler list and they all say the same Thing. When I click on them it says they are working fine but my internet privider says if it says by my connect icon-The dependency gateway nv53 network controller or group failed to start Did they also try a system restore point – reverting to a point in time prior to the problem arriving? Yateway times I have seen this problem, it was a software problem particularly it was an update to gateway nv53 network controller Avast anti virus.
This issue seems to be one that has plagued a few windows-7 users.
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I do have my recovery disk but they wouldn’t work either. I am at Network adapters I have them in there and there is no yellow mark by either of them.
But I have no choice. One other thing to controloer I have no ides what the tech did, I just took it into a computer shop and gave it to him, I don’t know him personality.
If you go the Device Manager, can you see anything next to the Network adapters icon – as in a yellow! Everything I checked says everythinh is working properly. A retail gateway nv53 network controller is transferable; and also allows for a motherboard change Thank you I was hoping to avoid taking it there, I can amagine what this will cost.
Good luck at the tech. This is where to find assorted support items including the manual and also drivers if needed for the series – if it’s the one yours belongs to Might be useful to have copy of the manual too – as reference Try each step in turn and see if one of them resolves it for you.
If “all” your important files, all your “stuff” is gateway nv53 network controller safely copied elsewhere of the computer gateway nv53 network controller is then likely the techies may opt for a factory reset, or a partial I think the Gateway routine may allow that; as I think does Acer? Some found a command-line instruction to reset things to be effective; this is one of several: A retail version does not have OEM so you can’t uses a retail copy of the operating system.
I’m not fully sold on it being your Gateway at fault. I gateway nv53 network controller a little surprised the factory reset didn’t work or couldn’t be invoked