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How Can I Replace My Gateways Motherboard? U_u

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#1 chrispycrunchy86


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Posted 12 April 2007 - 11:51 PM


I just recently found that my Gateway GT4010 has a defective motherboard,
and I'm not the only one around the world having the same problem...
(i found that out through extensive google searches... ugh! )

After the computer wouldn't boot up all the way, it would just stop
and keep the busy light on with no power light... so I changed the psu...

that didn't fix the prob, so I brought it to Geek Squad...
they did the diagnostic thing and they told me the
mobo is defective and so I'm having them backup
the hardrive. Now I'm stuck with a computer with a
bad mobo, I have no Idea about how to find the proper
mobo replacement for my ubtx gateway case, can anyone help me?

I would be much obliged and so very thankful... :thumbsup:

Edited by chrispycrunchy86, 12 April 2007 - 11:56 PM.

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Posted 13 April 2007 - 06:57 AM

Should I just get a new pc... I DON"T KNOW! BLAH. U_U

this really stinks. Gateway should pay for faulty hardwares

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