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Press F1, ie for Gateway to enter Bios settings.
Go to your BIOS MENU,
From "Boot options" set 1st boot to "removable drives" save the setting, ie if you are using an external CD/DVD or USB flash drive. If you are using an external CD/DVD Rom, ensure that the power supply to the external CD/DVD Rom drive is sufficient.
Try and reinstall the Operating System again.
Hope it helps, and good luck.
Posted on Oct 11, 2010
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