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Problem with my computer after clean up

I have cleand my computer for the 1st time since i bught it. i placed new thermal compound on the cpu and unpluged all the components. when i connected the computer back it isn't working, there is no display, the only thing i am geting is a beeping sound. it's a beep sound then a stop then the beep again and so on. please help anyone. thank you.

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Posted on Feb 15, 2007

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You may need to reset the bios by finding terminal 'JBAT1' and put jumper from pins 1-2 to pins 2-3 for a few seconds, then back to pins 1-2. Check the memory is seated correctly and graphics card if fitted. Ensure you have'nt put too much thermal compound on the processor, it only requires a very thin application. Rstart pc then set time and date in the bios setings and save ten exir for a restart.

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First of all you need to keep your work space clean at all times so that dust and debris do not get into your unit.

Also you need to maintain airflow a routine maintenance of your machine will keep the unit in order.

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First of all you need to keep your work space clean at all times so that dust and debris do not get into your unit.

Also you need to maintain airflow a routine maintenance of your machine will keep the unit in order.

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DON'T remove the CPU just the fan/cooler assembly.

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