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    Question Componnt Transfer Error

    Last edited by Zetaphor; February 19th, 2013 at 04:51 PM.
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    Might be you CD-ROM going bad. Do you have another CD-ROM laying aroudn somewhere to stick in there.? You might try that.

    btw: Have you tried both of your CD-ROMS

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    That's a fairly generic error. Could be a multitude of things but the three main ones I can think of are the bus, the drive, possibly the cable. Try replacing the cable first, then the drive, then if it's still happens, the mobo. I neveer did like Gateways.

    How's that for a shotgun method of troubleshooting?
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