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I perfomed some cleaning to my dell pc, on reassembling, the pc

I performed a routine dust cleaning to my pc, on reassembling, the pc couldn't finish post process and load the operating system. Besides this, a continuous sound is produce.

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Hello orwason,

This has haapened to me to, very frustrating. The problem is something loose inside. When you did the cleaning something came unseated, a pci card or an ide connector. Go through and make sure all connectors are snug in their respective slots. Also, make sure you unplug the power cord before touching the inside. Let me know how it turns out for you.

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