Couldn't find this anywhere! Has both Model G9900H & p/n 7001603 on bottom of keyboard, Gateway site says it's a LiteOn PS2 Kbrd. This was originally a P3 500mhz System with Win98.2e on it. These files came from the recovery disk. They are double-zipped. After opening the first layer self-executable, install the included WinRar Compression Tool(like winzip), then open the interior folders with WinRar. Always keep an eye on where your unpacking these thing so you can find them! Browse/Root down to the keyboard Win98 folder and use the SETUP executable found inside to run setup. I just did this on a Win XP clean Boot and it worked! Gives all the Multifunction keys back to the user. Hope it works for you.
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