First: Sorry about the mix-up between the network and the modem card, in the pic I posted earlier.
The "main" keyboard pic of the GCT wireless keyboard on the Gateway site, does show function keys and those are their positions. I accessed them by using Caps Lock. My "Esc" key is on the bottom row, right of the "Space" key.
The link to the Taiwan Action Tec site is here:
On the issue of the memory module: There are some specs of the machine listed on the bottom of the stand, it comes with. They list 64MB Onboard and a Mosel 32MB SODIMM. If you look at the specs, on the following Gateway webpage link, you will find that Gateway lists the same thing and that the also list a max. memory of 96MB. If anyone has a 64MB or 128MB PC100 SODIMM available, plug it in and see if it works, because the northbridge is integrated into the Crusoe processor and according to the Transmeta site, the nortbridge for the Crusoe TM3200 can handle upto 256MB SODIMM.
I believe on the BadFlash IDE cable, you should use the two middle rows of pin-holes. He does not twist the wire on the cable, instead uses two connector against each other. The two middle pin-holes have the same position as the "twist".
On my keyboard, the "Instant AOL" key has the "Alt" function. Nothing special to do here, just press.