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Ijust replaced the cpu fan and now the computer won't boot - it just flashes the gateway logo

Ijust replaced the cpu fan - now my gateway computer just flashes the gateway logo and won't boot up.

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  • perry66 Apr 15, 2009

    I don't really know how to do much of anything like what you're talking about. It is trying to boot up and the logo of the gateway computer just flashes on a sec and back off - whereas it isn't going ahead and booting up as it usually does.

  • erickg
    erickg May 11, 2010

    did you check plugs to motherboard? power supply switch on proper voltage and switch isnt off? is it trying to boot up ? any noises lights?

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Make sure that the power reqs for the fan are the same as one you replaced and make sure that the new fan is the same prong (3 or 4). Also make absolutely sure you plugged the new fan power supply inti the CPU fan slot

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