Question about Gateway MT6821 Notebook
Posted by Anonymous on
I believe the problem you are experiencing may be due to a dead battery. I'm not saying in the sense that it needs to be charged, but that it won't hold a charge. Try replacing the battery in your Notebook with another, but save the receipt. If it still doesn't work then you likely have a failure with a piece of hardware inside the notebook and it needs to be serviced.
This isn't software related and I wouldn't recommend opening the Notebook yourself unless you really know what you're doing. One wrong thing in there and you won't only void the warranty, you could also cause permanent damage to multiple system components.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The 4 blinks are telling you that there is a fault. The same as Computer Bios Beeps.
I,d suggest removing the RAM/Memory, and replacing it. Press and hold the power button for more than 4 seconds, to ensure it isn,t in standby mode. failing this remove the cpu and re-seat it as it may be slightly out of position, or out of it,s socket. finally have a look at the back or underside to see if there is a reset switch/hole.
Mike @ Compurepair.
Posted on Jun 12, 2009
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