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IBM PC Netvista, looks like motherboard problem

When I try to re-install XP, my PC just get hung. Any idea?

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Hi,

I am Harender Singh frm Delhi, I am giving a suggestion for ur problem & I am suret that u will get rid of this problem......

First thing: Unplugged all the cables frm the CPU....

Second thing: Unscrew the CPU and take out the processor frm the board, clean it with IP (IsoProfile, its come in liquid form ), wash wtih it & if u don't have IP u can just clean it with the help of a brush, because of carbon deposited on the pin of the CPU..after that reinstall it and plugged all the cable....

I am sure that ur problem will be solved.

Thanks.....

Posted on Mar 17, 2008

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