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My pc model: gateway gt5032 drives is not good

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Buy a new one. any monkey with a phillips screw driver can pop the lid on a desktop box, unplug the data and power cable to the drive, and then put in the new drive, re-attach the cables, and then put the lid back on.

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Gateway GT5032 video flicker after installing windows 7 Home Premium.


Have you tried putting the old video card back in to see if the problem is still happening ?

Video card might be installed correctly or not be compatible or you might not have enough ram installed to cope with new video card.

If you want to know what this is the error code is related to

Click start control panel administrative tools computer management then select event viewer this may vary depending on what operating system you have extend the events there you will see errors in red you will no what exactly what the error was and at what time it occurred or click start type in event viewer press ENTER if you right click on the error select properties you will see what its related to you might be able work your way through the problem
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Gateway GT5032 add a video card on PCI E slot and no video shows.


Hi,

Please check if the following is in order:

  1. Make sure the graphics card is seeded correctly in the PCI-Express slot.
  2. Make sure that the graphics card has power.
  3. Make sure your screen cable is connected to the graphics card and not the on-board connector.

You also have to install the graphics drivers that came with the card to get a proper resolution on your screen.

Hope this helps!
Please let me know if this information was useful!

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Hi friend,
eithernet light is blinking thats means LAN driver is not support your system or misisng in the system.
firstly you go to the device manager (My computer (right click)-->manage-->device manager) and check the LAN driver have in the system or not.If it is not in system or support your system its showing yellow mark.download the appropriate driver through net or CD.install the drivers and restart the system than check.

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Dec 21, 2009 | Gateway GT5032 (827103078121) PC Desktop

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Freeze computer


restart your pc.... i think thats the easy way..

i hope this can help.

regards,
JABEMS

Nov 03, 2009 | Gateway GT5032 (827103078121) PC Desktop

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ok..go to control panel from start button, settings, and select sound icon..at bottom you can re add that icon to your taskbar..

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What monitor are you using?
Depending on what model it is, there should be a button on the front panel for "auto tuning" or "input select"; you could be using it in DVI mode instead of VGA.

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