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Fried we got a cisnet comp had for 2 years was doing cleaning with a vacumm took out processor to vac fins when put back comp would not work it looks like it is loading but nothing comes up on screen where should i start plz help

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On the socket that the CPU Chip fits into, there should be a little lever, lift this lever, and the insert the chip back into the socket. After confirming that it is seated properly, push the little lever back down very carefully, being mindful of the pressure you use. Once the Lever is all the way back down, reattach the cooling fan with some thermal compound, if you have any, it is okay but not recommened that you reinstall it without a fresh coating. Now your computer should function normally

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You should never use a vacuum on a computer. A canister of compressed air is what should be used. Two things could of happened.
1. The CPU was not correctly put back.
2. the vacuums static electricity blew something.
My guess is number 1.

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Lap top gets too hot and shuts downundefined

Almost every laptop will accumulate a big wad of fuzzballs and lintballs that get packed in front of the internal cooling fins for the processor and chipset. This results in overheating and random shutdowns, as is your problem.
Ease of cleaning this out, without disassembly, depends on the design of the laptop's cooling fans and air ducts. I have kept an 8 yr old Toshiba laptop clean inside and running good by using a shop vac wo work 2 ways. I use the vac's exhaust to blow air INTO the slots where the air typically exit's from the laptop.... and use the suction end of the shop vac on the fan openings of the laptop.
You don't want to blow into the fan openings, as this only forces the debris and fuzzball deeper into the cooling fins.
You want to force air the *opposite* way of the laptop's normal airflow, to dislodge the fuzzball.
After vacuum & blowing, the lintball should end up visible by the fan intake openings. You may have to pop the fan screens out if the lintball is too large to come out any other way.

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A) Needs to be opened up. Needs to be cleaned out inside.

Two years? Bet it looks 'scary dirty' inside. After you have cleaned out the inside, donate the 'Gunk' to local mice. They can use it for a condo. (I would charge them rent)

B) Processor may need old Thermal Paste replaced. Clean top of Processor, and bottom of finned Heatsink, and PROPERLY apply fresh, new Thermal Paste.

Air is used to cool the inside of that All-In-One desktop computer. The Processor and graphics chipset, are the two hardware components that give off the most heat.

The finned Heatsink, and Processor Fan, are the two cooling components for the Processor. When they get clogged with 'Gunk' over the years, the cooling capacity drops -> tremendously.

The Processor fan sensor, senses that the Processor is too hot, and speeds the Processor fan up. Also BIOS speeds the computer case fan/s up.

Could also be that the bearings for the fan/s are bad. Replacement fan, or fans are needed.

Acer Aspire Z5610 All-In-One disassembly,

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Average example,

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I have a ruud ac unit model # rcba 3765g. I removed the filter and look up at the coils and noticed that the dirt was caked on the them. What is the best way to clean them. It looks like it will take...

welcome to Fixya !

Here are some steps that you may follow.
Take come caustic soda ,(put a table spoon in one glass water) that will be in powder form (caustic soda) ,
if you do not have this caustic soda , then add shampoo to water (quantity same), take a small brush that should be a little big then a tooth brush manually dip the brush and clean it all the ways that the grills should be shinny.
As you have told us that from 5 years its not being cleaned so it needs a service , if you want to make it cool as you want this season then you have to clean it your self by brush ,and water+shampoo .or caustic soda. but it needs to be clean ,,if you can take it out the whole unit yourself and you have a a good pressure of the service stations have then you can clean it , but try to cover up wires or else you may have electric shocks after you clean and fit your unit so make sure to properly dry it ( with a blower or something ).

DO comment here if it helps you in any manner
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I do not understand what do you want to find under the processor??? Leprechauns???

If you desperately want to clean your computer, never ever use vacuum cleaner, if you want to clean heatsink and fan, exactly remove only and only fan, brush and blow heatsink if you must.

Now, again, as you did put already your computer to pieces:

1. switch off computer, remove power cord from teh socket
2. remove again the wall,
3. remove heatsink and fan, check if processor is correctly installed, replace heatsink and fan,
4. remove and re-insert memory sticks, thes have tendency to burn or get moved during cleaning, check if memory is correctly inserted
5. check power connectors on the motherboard, 24pin as well as 4 pin
6. check power supply itself

If computer after tha procedure still do not start, tehre question arises:
1. did you used vacuum cleaner to clean?
2. did you use static strap...

If your answer is yes/no you fried your processor, memory or motherboard... or all three, check then all three components against known working computer and then replace bit which you fried...

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