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On the advice of my friend i very carefully removed the processor from my motherboard in order to reset it and stop the horrid bleeping that it was doing. well now i cant get anything to work, when i turn it on the disc drives light up and the fan starts and that is it, It is a x86 Family 6 Model 8 Stepping 10 Genuineintel motherboard and it has 1002MHz, also the operating system is XP Pro sp2. it is my daughters pc and she is heartbroken and i dont feel to good iether, do i need to somehow re install software for the processor or the motherboard? I am at my wits end, I hope you can help

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The possible problems are:
1.) static discharge from touching the micro...technicians use special anti-static wrist straps to perform this task.
2.) micro not seated properly into socket...repeat the procedure that you described, but this time, ensure you are statically method is to keep the power cord connected so that earth wire has a path to -earth- and keep one hand touching the bare metal chassis at all times...but the initial discharge (the worst one) can be a tricky really is best to wear a static discharge wrist to provide this path and to limit the initial discharge amperage.
What about the "horrid bleeping"? ....need more detail...

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