While trying to install Windows Vista, I get a stop error code.

try reinstalling vista on a gateway m7348 notebook

GET: SCREEN BLUE "BUT KNOW THE SYSTEM IS OK." There must be software or bios... I can take the hard drive of this system (hp) and the bridge works fine.
in fact will exchange new gateway hard drive in my hp and try to re - install on it sometimes recovery (gateway) or my hard drive external or the worst case I'll try all of hp recovery. all you other ideas?
I would like to know where the cmos battery is located... m7348 gateway notebook.
It is the mother of laws... need to fix not expensive please. a brand new hard drive.
Thank you!
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For the location of the CMOS battery, consult the gateway site.

How do you know that the material is OK?  What have you checked?

You can't install Windows on a drive external usb.  Unless you have an external drive with a SATA computer connection you can not install this way.

The game of recoverry HP is not valid on your Gateway computer.  Order from gateway to gateway recovery disks or a third party such as Recovery - Disks.com.

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