Question about Gateway Computers & Internet
That vintage Gateway (although I do not recall a "GC400" or even a GX400--assuming a typo) had a recovery partition that can be accessed via a key pressed during the boot process.
Note all the onscreen insrutions during boot. If one of hem offers a Restore option, follow its instruction.
If not, it may be accessible from the boot menu. Press the F8 key repeatedly during the boot process to bring up the boot menu. Follow the onscreen prompts to effect a Restore.
Posted on Jul 19, 2008
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