Question about Gateway Computers & Internet
First things firsk friend.
1)Did you ever change your RAMs? if so, take it out and just put one to work.
2) If you do a backup OS system before using your laptop? if not you have to reinstall all, from recovery partition at this point.
3) Use default BIOS settings.
Posted on Nov 24, 2009
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