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I blew the tower out with compressed air and replaced the thermal glue on the back of the proccessor. I also started to remove the front cover, but then decided to put it back on.. it didn't want to go back on and took a bit of elbow grease to snap back on. Now the power button blinks rapidly with the fan running low when I apply power to the tower. any help or suggestions would be appreciated

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    joecoolvette May 11, 2010

    Computer unplugged from power. Check for pinched wires by that Front Panel. Also I hope you cleaned the top of the Processor's case, and the bottom of the Heatsink THOROUGHLY, (Not shouting), before reapplying thermal Paste. (I hope it isn't thermal glue!) I use an old plastic credit card, and Q-tips with Isopropyl Alcohol, (Rubbing alcohol. CAUTION - FLAMMABLE!), to scrape the Processor, and Heatsink clean, then follow with the Q-tips/Alcohol. Make sure the Heatsink is sitting flat on the Processor. Three screws tight, and one loose will cause problems. Using clips to hold the heatsink on, finesse has to be used as the Heatsink could be tilted off to one side, if one clip is snapped into place, then the other. Best method is to snap both clips in place simultaneously. Using TOO much thermal paste can be as detrimental, as using no thermal paste. When the Processor heats up to normal working temperature, the excess thermal paste will ooze out, and make it's way down to the pins of the Processor, and any exposed solder joints. If by chance a thermal pad was used, never reuse it. Thermal pads are junk anyway, toss it in the trashcan, use thermal paste. Thermal glue is not a good idea, because the next time you want to replace the thermal media, the Heatsink will be glued to the top of the Processor case. Generally you have to use a hairdryer on low heat, (Moving back, and forth), to get the glue to soften enough so you can GENTLY twist the Heatsink sideways, back and forth, to remove it. NO FUN! Puts sweat beads on your forehead. I hope you observed anti-Static precautions, when you went to replace the thermal substance.

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Take cpu back out then re-install

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