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Re: Gateway GT5228 PC Desktop
Boot into safe mode and see if you can either roll back the driver restore the computer to the date right before you downloaded it.
the link is for directions on how to boot into safe mode.
Another option , if you have on board graphisc alos is to hook up the monitor to the onboard turn it on in BIOS and change the driver for the card using the onther graphics.
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This model Gateway desktop computer has a built-in video card. Connect the monitor to the Gateway motherboard video port and the boot up and go into the BIOS and select disable the built-in video. Shut down then connect the monitor to the 8800GTX video card and boot up the Gateway computer. The video should then appear in the monitor.
You are missing the drivers for the card reader. They usually come with the chipset driver installation. I looked up your driver downloads on gateway support and it says there is also a driver in the "others" section caller "motherboard driver"
So, what you want to do is go to there site at the link below and download the "chipset" driver and the "motherboard" driver and install them. that should fix your problem.
if video card does have a hdmi-output, try this one plus fitting monitor. no sign? to blindtest the mainboard, remove the RAMs, if it gives bleeping sound, it is still functioning. when booting up, listen if the harddisk or cd-rom drive still makes any sound. if it is the video card, then computer might hang up here while booting, video device is always checked first, so if it gets stuck here, you won't be able to tell until you've doublechecked with another (AGP?)video-card, iam afraid...