Question about Computers & Internet
Lets start by resetting the power state on the computer.
First you will need to unplug the AC Power Cable.
Next unplug all connections from the computer that are connected to a power source.
Now hold down the power button for 30 to 45 seconds. Will power disconnected from the computer this will drain the capsitors of any remaining power.
Next with your computer the only thing you need to plug in at this point is the AC Power Cable.
Now try to turn on the computer.
If you still have trouble then you have some hardware problem with the system.
Let me know how things go
Posted on Nov 03, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Tips for a great answer:
Turn on your computer. If your computer is already on, then reboot it.
You need to see the initial display screen to get into the BIOS.
Press the F1 key immediately in one second intervals when you see the initial screen displaying the BIOS provider information.
The majority of Gateway computers use the F1 key.
If, for some reason this does not work, then use the F2.
All of Gateway's desktops use the F1 or F2 keys.
hope this helps
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