Question about Gateway MT6728 Notebook
Posted by Anonymous on
Press Ctrl alternative delete at the same time to reboot your system
Posted on Feb 07, 2018
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
When installing XP or Vista you get the option to load third party drivers for unknown devices. I think it's F6 just after the start of any version of Windows, once you press this you will have to supply the drivers for the Windows installation. This will make Windows recognise the hdd from then on.
Posted on Aug 18, 2009
This happens when there is a process still trying to work in the back end.
Try to disable most of the applications which get opened by default when windows starts.
Click on start/run/ and type msconfig. Once the window comes up click on start up tab and disable all.
Now try to reboot the system.
Also hope there is no usb device connected at the time of shut down. This would also make xp hang.
Posted on Mar 01, 2010
Hi. I don't know if you solved this problem yet, but I thought I might mention that if you are installing windows from a retail disk, you need to install the sata driver when setup ask if you need to install a third party driver. It has to be downloaded and unzipped to a floppy. I used a USB floppy drive for my wifes Gateway M465E and setup continued flawlessly. Prior to doing that I was about to throw it against the wall. Just thought I would mention this solution.
Posted on Apr 29, 2010
If the Computer restarts randomly, then the issue might be due to any damaged Operating System Files.
But, if the Computer shuts down randomly, it is due to the Processor.
All the Processors will be designed in such a way that, if there is any overheating issues, the Computer will shut down randomly.
The overheating might occur due to the malfunction of the Cooling Fan in the Computer.
As this is a overheating issue, it would be better to get the Unit examined at the Service Center.
Replacing the Cooling Fan in the Computer should resolve the issue.
Posted on Jul 05, 2010
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