Question about Gateway MT6705 Notebook
I had the same issue with a Gateway we use for streaming video to our TV. I actually sent it back to gateway as it was still under their 3 year warrenty buy some 2 or 3 weeks.
While some of their parts fail on a regualr basis (DVD drives) I have to say their service is right up there in my book. You can get to a tech pretty much on the first ring to support. They pay shipping of a carton for you to send in the laptop.
While a really good technical person could replace the part on the laptop, letting Gateway deal with it for you is the best solution. That port is soddered to the mother board and that has to be a perfect joint since it is higher voltage than in other parts of the motherboard.
Keep me posted.
Posted on Feb 01, 2010
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