Question about Computers & Internet
Remove the memory from the slot and clean it with a neat cloth and insert and switch on the computer if still not working remove the processor heat sink and clean it with a cloth apply some thin layer of heatsink solvent and fix them tightly also remove the cmos battery from the motherboard and switch on the computer then shutdown the computer and replace camos battery
Posted on Dec 30, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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You didn't say whether the plug came out of the monitor or the PC!
If the monitor, look under the back side of the stand, and see if you can find a jack.
If the PC, look at the back of the computer, and locate a similarly colored jack, usually low down on a tower case, and plug it into the same colored jack.
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