Question about PC Desktops
There is a very good chance of having zapped th cpu wit static if u didnt ground ur stat lec on a radiator or something metal.. or much more likely th motherboard if th points on that were touched..why was th cpu removed.?? and did u apply some anti thermal grease btween th cpu and th heatsink block when u replaced it.?? not that th lack of it wud affect th cpu straight away neccessarily.. but over a time th cpu would get hotter than it should/would with thermal grease applied.. is there no movement of anything at all now.?? because that cud b a connector attaching th power cable to th motherboard is unplugged..this wud either b th long connector that goes direct to th m/b or a little 4pin one.. alternatively it cud b th tiny connector attaching th heatsink fan to th m/b..but this is unlikely as ur cpu would undoubtedly have overheated and gone kaboom by now if that was th case.. plus th power supply wud still b sparkin juice still.. some pc's have a tiny on off switch at th back (not to b confused wit th tiny adapter on th power supply as that changes th voltage) if all this appears to b in order im afraid it looks as tho either th m/b, cpu, or power supply have blown.. did u touch ne of th pins on th processor.?? lol sorry bout th length o this msg haha once i start i cant ******* :oD Tekz.+*♥
Posted on Nov 23, 2008
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