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PC problem What should I clean it with?There is a lot of dust in the PC. I have opened out the main fan and got rid of all the dust from this point.

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  • Quality76 Aug 17, 2008

    I have done all of this, removed and reconected all power cables coming from / to the motherboard. Now when I power up the fans come on but no beeps and nothing on my monitor.



    Any thoughts?

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If you know the ram, that looks like a ruler with about 4 to 5 inches length you need to clean its contact point with pencil eraser. you can blow the dust with a blower. to verify the problem temporarily, remove the video card then use the on board vga. if this does not boot that means the problem now is your memory card push the lock on both end to release then clean as i've stated from the abve.

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    JOSE BAUTISTA Aug 17, 2008

    since you have already done everything as you've said one reason now is that your power supply it shows that it lacks power although the fan is rotating, there are other voltage supplied by this, you can check the other voltages.

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