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Sometimes my computer stop working

A couple of years ago my computer crashed. I did reload everything and it is working ok. Now some of the functions dont work like internal dvd/cd player does not play the dvd's at all. Some of the games work not flight sim. I reload flightsim and the computer freezes up.I use to play dos games on my computer and I cant get that to work. I cant get the computer joystick to work at all. Can anyone tell me do I need new or more memory? I am still using 512mb with Win98se. Yea I know I need to update to something better but right now money is tight and I would like to see if I can get this fix.

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  • m4machine Jan 22, 2009

    OK I will try replacing the compound on the cpu and I will look to see if any capasitor is blown. Thank I will let you know if it works.

  • m4machine Jan 27, 2009

    I open the computer and I saw the heatsink compound is almost gone. The CPU temp is just over 100 degrees. I dont think that is good. I dont see any capasitor blown but I will get new heatsink compound to see if it will work. What is a good temp for the CPU and what kind of compound should I get.

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Motherboard problem
may be :

overheating need sevice
capasitor of motherboard blow
need clean heat sink compound on cpu (reinsert heatsink compound)


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