Question about Intel Computers & Internet
1. Check whether you have blowed all the dust. If possible use soft brush to remove any hard dust present.
2. Remove memory from the slots and reinset it carefully after cleaning the slot and memory again.
3. Remove the cpu heat sink clean and replace the heat sink compound and then replace back the heatsink on the cpu.
Posted on Sep 11, 2010
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