Question about Gateway Computers & Internet
Either your monitor is not plugged in properly or its switched off or the ram of your computer is just displaced a bit....you should try and open the ram and then again put it into the slot with the clips properly closed....if that does not work then repair the pc, and to repair it you have to put you windows cd in and wait till the blue screen comes with a question of whether u wanna repair or not? then just press R, it will automatically repair.... and if it does not come automatically then keep on pressing F8 and open the boot menu while just switched your pc on....then in the command prompt write CHK DSK....then it will repair....
Hopefully it will help you and next time please give a bit more information regarding your pc while asking for help....Coz it will help us to help you....
Posted on Jun 09, 2008
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