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Problem with my computer after clean up

I have cleand my computer for the 1st time since i bught it. i placed new thermal compound on the cpu and unpluged all the components. when i connected the computer back it isn't working, there is no display, the only thing i am geting is a beeping sound. it's a beep sound then a stop then the beep again and so on. please help anyone. thank you.

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Fix all your connector and boot start

Posted on Feb 15, 2007

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You may need to reset the bios by finding terminal 'JBAT1' and put jumper from pins 1-2 to pins 2-3 for a few seconds, then back to pins 1-2. Check the memory is seated correctly and graphics card if fitted. Ensure you have'nt put too much thermal compound on the processor, it only requires a very thin application. Rstart pc then set time and date in the bios setings and save ten exir for a restart.

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