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Have several Gateways that need motherboards

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Hi Everyone,

We had a contract with Gateway and then they sold the corporate side to MPC. The transition failed, and now MPC is bankrupt.

We have several PC's with Gateway motherboards that need to be repaired. One of our tech's had the Intel 945 chipset mobo's but they aren't working. They are refurbished.

I need to know, ASAP, if any of you are experiencing the same issues with Gateway in your business or company. Specifically:

1. How have you handled the hardware issue?

2. What motherboards have worked well in replacing the ECS motherboards being used in the 4000 and 6000 series?

3. Are you in the process of writing off the Gateways and just purchasing new equipment?

Anything else that will be helpful please let me know.


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