The objective here is to get the system to crash because Driver Verifier is stressing the drivers out. Will get back to posting as soon as Im able. At this point, I don't want to have to lose the files on my laptop but I will make that sacrifice if I have to. Turned the computer upside down. It will allow you to try to restore your system to a time when it was working properly. To do this, see the appropriate method.
Tried again with flash bootable iso and after one attempt of starting Windows a new blue screen with the following error. Well, unless you're talking about the slight 'clattering' noises it makes when it's reading or writing. Why would it give me the 'press any key to boot from cd' one time, but now it won't. If that doesnt work the only way to do it is to boot into windows and run the eRecovery program. To create this article, 9 people, some anonymous, worked to edit and improve it over time.
You say you don't have another monitor to test it with but try attaching the monitor you have to whatever computer you're using now the laptop? Warnings Your Windows home screen will look a little fuzzy when you boot your Gateway laptop in Safe Mode; this is how the home screen is supposed to look. Sorry if I miss something in your first post. It would not let me sign in and kept restarting every few seconds. Internet Provider software Network settings You can restore certain network settings after you reinstall Windows. Determine the data that you want to back up.
If Internet Explorer 6 does not work on the computer after you uninstall Internet Explorer 7, you cannot download the Internet Explorer 7 installation package. It will allow you to try to restore your system to a time when it was working properly. I can't even get to the Windows logo, much less get it to get to somewhere I could do a system restore or anything like that. I only thought of the old laptop that stopped working when we purchased the Gateway. This is so crazy that all of us are experiencing the same problems.
I have a lot of important files on my computer and I don't want to lose them. So you really need th Gateway Supplied Recovery Disc if you have not followed their directions and made your own. On the Get Updated Setup Files page, select the option that you want, and then click Next. There is a registry problem that cannot be solved by using other tools such as System Restore. You'll need to use a recovery disc, or a Windows installation disc in order to wipe the computer and reinstall Windows. Ok, so I purchased a new motherboard and installed it. It looks like the computer works after a long time but then does the same thing again.
If it does not repeat steps 3 and 4 a couple of times. Re 14 I meant all the connections inside, cables which connect between the motherboard and devices. My computer would not turn on right after that. The light that tells you the computer is thinking, only blinks for a quick second and never comes back on. Then the Boot screen was shown in the display. I am like other people, I have important stuff I cannot afford to loose. Do you have the installation disc for the operating system? Remove anything connected to it that is extra.
Is it necessary, essential here? Just try to power it on and see if it gives you any beep codes. I tried tapping the F8 key and get the same results as I do when tapping the F2 key. Durring this I got a warning saying the reset failed. Are your speakers connected and powered up? Click Next and follow wizard to restore laptop to default settings. Each new service pack contains all the fixes that are included with earlier service packs and any new fixes. If this step is required, record your computer's network settings.
I did that once through tec. You will receive a message when Windows starts informing you that your system was successfully restored. User account problem Do not use a repair or in-place upgrade to try to resolve a problem with a user account, password, or local profile. I tried to start it with the settings of the last successful boot and same thing. Wait for the restore process to finish and your computer to reboot. Right now I'm at the restore progress at 18%.
I don't have it with me so I will be going on memory. Thank you again and best wishes, Mike Los Angeles I don't know why it works but when mine fails to start I take the battery out and restart on electrical power only. Restoring the computer doesn't fix the problem. I have a couple other laptops. Make sure it's plugged in before continuing. On the Welcome to Windows Setup page, click Upgrade Recommended in the Installation Type box if it is not already selected , and then click Next. You may also want to enable the firewall in Internet Explorer.
Try to select a restore point from before your computer started having problems. Usually that message means the screen is not connected but in this case it must be or you wouldn't get the Gateway logo. I had the same issue on my gate way computer for a while I didn't do anything for a while then one day I took it to a local computer store and when I showed them it, it just started working all right. The restore process may take several minutes to complete. Locate your recovery disc if possible. The reinstallation took about 30 minutes and did not require the installation disk. It was a pleasure and if I could give you points or something, I would very much be glad to.