Question about Gateway MT6451 Notebook
Unfortunately, you can't solve this problem. What I have learned as the tech working on a customers gateway mt6451 is that Gateway dropped the ball when they bought a cheap (they spent 5 cents instead of 20 cents) motherboard component that allows the adapter to charge battery and run the notebook without the battery installed, the component seems to have a 1 year if that life. I am surprised they haven't been sued or forced to extend the warranty (like HP had to with their dv8000 series notebooks) althought they would have to replace the motherboard with one that has an improved component on it. How do you sue a company or force them to extend the warranty for a replacement that is made with a better component?
Posted on Sep 11, 2009
Check for cmos battery is working r not.
check the power cables in the cabin.
check the power supply for motherboard.
remove any newly installed hardware and try again.
Posted on Jul 29, 2009
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