Question about Gateway 7330GZ Notebook
I have the same laptop and have had to take it apart completely a couple times. Luckily to get at the power button is fairly easy. On the bottom of the laptop there are 4 screws towards the back, take out the middle two (they'll be long ones). Now flip over the laptop, open the lid and using a flat headed screw driver you want to pry the plate with the power button, etc. along the top of the keyboard off (it just clips in, those two screws were holding it down). Under that plate will be a small chip that has a ribbon cable going to the motherboard. My ribbon cable recently got broken so I'm working on figuring out a method for powering it on now.
Posted on Dec 12, 2008
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