Solved gateway desktop pc will not boot on past the gateway logo ..

April 11, 2016 at 19:15:23
Specs: Windows 10
I was trying to reset my windows 10 by refreshing it because i had an error message after a scan for virus and maleware that a network protocol was missing and then my pc was running slow and started laggi ng so i tried to efresh windows and it would not go past 53 percent so i tried to reset windows 10 and now it will not do anything only load gateay logo and beep then reload gateway logo and beep and repeating over and over ,

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April 11, 2016 at 21:33:53
You might need to download on another machine the Windows 10 upgrade to burn DVD and try to use that to repair or reinstall.

You have to be a little bit crazy to keep you from going insane.

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April 11, 2016 at 21:39:37
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Hi PatriceB,

Can you please tell how did you try resetting Windows 10 and whether it’s a Laptop or Desktop.

Since system is not booting to Windows, please try below steps in order to diagnose and fix this error.

1) Unplug all devices and cables from Laptop.
2) Remove battery from Laptop, press and hold power button for 1 minute.
3) Turn on the system, see if it works or not.
4) If it’s a Desktop, disconnect all cables and devices from system, press and hold power button for 1 minute that will drain the static power from system.
5) If system able to boot in Windows. Restart system and boot to Safe Mode run a System Restore.
6) Follow the link in order to boot system in Safe Mode:

Please let me know, if anyone above works for you.


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April 11, 2016 at 23:22:49
mmm... the suggestions #2 are helpful... and clearly laid out... Howver the inclusion an email address by the respondent is (I suggest) a promo, advert for a company and it's services?

Is it necessary, essential here?

Perhaps the address can be removed by "MichaelB...." and if not then by a moderator.

Frequently when non commercial email addresses are included in a post, the immediate advice is to remove them, so as to prevent the poster enduring endless spam, spoof emails etc.; and frequently that information will be edited out by a moderator. Perhaps a moderator can/will do the honours on this occasion?

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