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Re: Can't Get Case Off
Remove the 2 screws from the side panel, Try sliding a flat head screw driver behind the face plate cover on the side of the case and and gently pry it backward. That should allow it to free up and slide easily.
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Have you Googled the beep codes? This is most likely your solution. You should do the RAM test on your system.
Blue Screen Of Death
Remove all USB attached devices.
You may need to roll back system with System Restore. Under Safe Mode (press F8 during boot and choose safe mode). Start > Search type System Restore. Now choose a date prior to problem. You may have to try a few dates.
Uninstall last program(s) that was installed, again in safe mode.
Test one DIMM at time. One slot at a time. To eliminate possible bad RAM. Unplug PC. Opening case. Remove all RAM. Use static precautions!
Re-install Windows. Clean install works best. All data will be lost.
Lastly you may have other hardware problems. If it does another blue screen after reloading windows, especially with a clean install.
Replacing the Power Supply DEPENDING on the power needed? you might have to settle for a slower, weaker performing video card. Make sure you check the video card power supply specs needed.
Chances are you will max WATT at about 300WATTs less then what you'd need to power a gaming video card. OR you could do as I'd do.
Remove everything and place it all in a standard tower case - install a 650WATT power supply in to the new mid/full size case and BAM solution found.. Have fun and a great day to ya.
The main reason for CPU fan overworking or not working is due to the load we put on the syatem while operating.So,the first reason for fan not working may be due to the SMPS malfunctionality.Better check out for it.The reason if fan is working but Overworking is due to viruses is system.So go in for format
I had the same issue with my AMD Athlon 3800+ dual core. I found that I wasn't getting enough airflow to keep the system and processor cool. You may want to check the heatsink and fan rating for your processor unless it was sold in a bundle. Also, On AMD's of such power, they tend to run hot if overclocked. Look into, if you haven't already 2 case fans to go along with the processor fans. I recommend a 90mm in front and a 80mm in the rear of the case. If this doesn't help, let me know.
the computer should have the card in it. go to wal mart and look and some of them you will find one that will work. turn the computer off, take off the case, lay it on it's side take out the card, start up the computer, put in new disk, install software, turn computer off, lay it back on it's side, put the new card in, you will see how it goes in, case back on, start up computer. Your done!