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I have a gateway media center 610xl & need to install a new power supply, I purchased a 185watt replacement delta DPS-185JB-1 A. I'm not sure how to install it & it seems this is the original part so won't the same problem happen again (total burnout due to using too much power)? Is there a newly revised part out there to fix this problem, I've found external units but that defeats the purpose of the design of the system. Please help, gateway sold me a 3 year warranty then reneged although they never gave my money back they also sold me a DC-50 camera that has never worked & would not fix it. I am technical enough I think I can do this with some help.

Thank you in advance for any help
Kerrie Rumbut
krumbut@sprintpcs.com

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    What would cause the computer to go out except the USB light is on. Would the power supply do it?

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It's not likley the power usage that did in the power supply unless you split the feeds numerous times. The switch should be straightforward, unplug all the feeds paying attention to what you unplug and only unplug what comes from the power supply. It should be a simple matter then to unscrew the supply from the case, remove the old and reverse the operation.

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    Since you have the supply switch it out and see but if the power supply was a total loss nothing would be powered but it is possible if it's pushing some power. When unplugging from the motherboard there may be a connection lock (plastic tab) that you may need to squeeze to release.

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Remove the sub-woffer (speaker) from the rear of the system, then remove the thin aluminum cover, there you have it staring you right in the face.

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