Question about Gateway Computers & Internet
I suspect it is the power supply. If you've had it up and running constantly, the power and/or temperature cycling could have been enough to put it over the edge if it was close to failure anyway.
Posted on Oct 19, 2008
If I find a solution to this, you want ME to tell you how I did it? Do I get paid? Or I guess you just post it for your paid "members", and you get it for free, that's how I figure it works. Yeah, I'll tell you how I fixed it, for the price of a stupid "membership". These kinds of things SHOULD be shared, but only if EVERYBODY can access it. Dream on...
Posted on Sep 30, 2008
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