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I have a MX3702 that will not boot into any device, after the gateway logo it comes to a blinking cursor, it happened after the bios update, i tried booting into CD, flash drive, still the same, please help

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That blinking cursor is the way in which the BIOS is telling you that the OS is missing Since you get it even when trying to boot from the cd it means that the southbridge is defective. Replacing the motherboard will cost you as much as a new one so it's dead, buy another one.

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