Question about CTX S762A 17" LCD Monitor
Hello i am so lost.. first off i'm a newbie when it comes to rebuilding comps. and such. but the other day i was going to install a slave hard drive so that i could have another hard drive in this comp. well i disconnected my old hardrive, plugged new one in and reformatted it to be like new... then i was going to put the harddrive into the case and mount it... thats when i hit a prob. the mobo fan was in the way and also the flat lines that connect from the mobo to the hard drive, cd-rom... etc... so i unplugged the cords (after numbering them to remember which one went where) and i started to unscrew the fan. but i changed my mind half way through unscrewing the fan. because i decided maybe i shouldn't mess with things i dont know too much about yet. so i screwed the fan back in the rest of the way and plugged cords in. put case back together and started er up...... no beep no monitor signal!!!!!!! f*ck me!!! any one have any idea what could have happend? also i was using a magnitized tipped screwdriver<<<<<< friend said it wouldnt be strong enough to cause any damage... is he right? any ideas?? please help
Firstly i personaly would not use a magnetic screwdriver pc components are delecate did you use an anti static wristband? static from you can fry components. however you may have just pluged somethig in wrong can you upload photos to a web server or something so i can see whats pluged in were?
Posted on May 16, 2009
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