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Gateway GX7022E won't boot.

My computer won't start up. I hear the fan and the hard drive and one indicator light is on the one on the actual button is not coming on and nothing happens on the monitor. The computer has been cutting off and overheating for about a month, we had it tested and they found no problem with any of the hardware and now it won't boot at all. If anyone could help I'd be grateful because I love this computer and don't want to replace it.

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Well, it could be any component going bad, in this order: power supply, video card, memory, motherboard. You can try known working video, power and memory if you'd like, but it is probably the motherboard in this particular case. If you look at the capacitors on the mobo, you'll probably find that at least some of them are bulging at the top and/or leaking. the only thing to do if this is the case is to try and replace the bad caps - but this is VERY difficult, even for an expert.

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Watch the fan on the power supply when you turn it on does it run or jiggle and stop.
if it jiggles and stop then its likely the supply needs replaced . cheap fix.
if the fan runs then its on the board and more steps must be done.

Posted on Feb 14, 2008

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