Ok. So my gateway got recently hit by a virus that killed off all of windows 7 services and screwed the whole system up. Long story short, i had to reinstall my operating system.
When i reinstalled it, i found almost all of the necessary drivers on gateway.com's support page except one. I wasn't able to find the one driver (program ?) that shows icons on the screen of the computer every time i do something with my hotkeys. Like whenever i turn the touchpad on or off or whenever i turned the sound louder it used to show an icon. It doesn't now, because i have a clean install of windows 7 and i don't have a program which i'm guessing is called eBoard.exe or Gateway Multifunction Keyboard. I ran into one post on Gateways homepage, which said that the program should be on the recovery disk, that came with the computer... Which i apparently don't have or i wouldn't be writing this text. Looking through some posts, i also came across that eboard.exe is a program called EMachines multimedia keyboard manager. If anyone could help me find this, i would be very thankful.
So can anyone help me find this mystical installation file, so i could have all of the keyboard's and my computer's functionality back?
The computer's model is Gateway NV55C