I have a Gateway laptop (still dont know why) MT3423. I have been using it for a year with countless complains about speed and internet among other issues. Tonight I got fed up and decided to reinstall windows altogether. Put in the cd and started the installation. Now I have a slight problem. My video drivers seem to be retarded now as it only displays in 800x600 or 1024x768 whereas before the laptop could run on many resolutions through the Nvidia graphics card. Now when i go into display settings all i see is standard VGA adapter. I was using 1440x900 earlier I believe (or MAYBE 1220x800 which i doubt cant remember for sure). Not sure how exactly to get video drivers and such running back to normal as I pressed update driver and that obviously didnt do much. The laptop came with a Windows Vista CD but I dont see a drivers and utilities CD anywhere? nVidia GeForce Go 6100 is what the laptop came with! ALSO I went into device manager and saw under "Other Devices" that there is a exclamation mark by the "Coprocessor". What and how do I fix that? Is it related to the video problem and is it major? PLEASE HELP! Got homework to do as well by tomorrow and we all know how professors react to computer excuses.