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I hope it helps.
I knew it had to be something easy or something I may have done. It isn't as technical as your posts but it may be just enough for someone not to throw their computer through a wall.
All I can do is tell you what I did and I don't know exactly what fixed it per se. I booted up on the onboard video and did all my work from there. I kept trying to focus on the bios upgrade and I was more frustrated than anything else with all the ideas out there upgrade to this or Gateway GT5028 NVIDIA Chipset.
Anyways, I went to Gateway support and found a place to reload my files for the system I purchased. I was lucky to find this because I never noticed this screen before. It gave me the option Gateway GT5028 NVIDIA Chipset load all my past sw such as the nvidia drivers for video and motherboard chipsets.
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In the first post I said it works great in my emachine. It was found automatically too.
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Unfortunately the card from my emachine won't physically fit in the gateway so I can't try it the other way around. When you say the card doesn't work, does it mean Windows shows nothing or that you can not eve see BIOS? I can use the onboard graphics of the gateway machine and I'm using that machine right now. But I think that Gateway GT5028 NVIDIA Chipset onboard graphics are starting to go.
Gateway Owners, C51GU01 Motherboard
The card works fine in my emachine. Unlike when I install it in the emachine, when I put it in the gateway, it doesn't auto detect, or show up in device manager, or anything despite several tries.
It's as if I put nothing in there. That was the first thing I tried and was baffled by the blank screen. There is no fan on the card and it works fine in my emachine.
Gateway won't install new video card.
The onboard graphics I think are going. The visualization screen for windows media player looks bad lines through it and trying to open media center looks illegible.
On the other hand movies like streaming youtube video and saved mpegs look alright. I was reformatting it using an OEM MCE disk with the original key on the case for my mom who bought it from a coworker for Gateway GT5028 NVIDIA Chipset cheap. I just wanted her to have a nice PC without all the gateway crap.
I've done it dozens of times and have installed aftermarket graphics cards in 3 other PCs with total success. Now for an update. The onboard graphics went out last night, kinda.
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I could view the bios screen and the windows logo, then it would go blank at the welcome screen except for a pencil thin line at the top. I don't know why, but I thought it might be software related.
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So I went and reformated again with XP Home and a genuine key that I had bought a few years ago, and now the onboard card is working again, better than ever. Even watching the Windows Media Player visualization on full screen with all the appearance settings turned up Gateway GT5028 NVIDIA Chipset looks fine. I'll try installing the pci-e card again tomorrow.
Free Download Gateway GT NVIDIA Chipset Driver for XP (Motherboard). My mom bought a Gateway GT with an integrated It's a Gateway GT onboard Geforce hardware/motherboard/bios NVIDIA GeForce GT Video Card on Gateway.