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My gateway gt4022 won't boot. I don't think even at bios. My monitor says that it does receives any signal. I try changing the power supply but I don't think its a power supply issue since the fan kicks in and the dvd drive opens and closes. I don't what might be the problem. Any suggestions to what the problem might be? Please help its driving me crazy.

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Here are different things you can try:

Make sure there are no loose cables
Try a different monitor
Press F8 when the computer turns on.
Check to see if the lights on the keyboard turn on: this means its posting.

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