Question about Gateway MX6448 Notebook
You know I had a problem like that at sometime back and I found that the CPU unit had come loose I dont how but it did so I pust it back in solid and away everything went. Cost nothing to try just you ego......goodluck
Posted on Sep 02, 2007
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1. Unplug AC adapter. Shutdown
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