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After cleaning the dust from PC, it wont boot anymore.

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I just wanted to clean dust from my pc, which i do usually once a month, but this time my pc wont boot anymore.

My motherboard is Asus P5G41-M le
I keep getting this error message:
does anyone know what might be the problem, is my motherboard dead?
It doesnt even want to go to the setup :O

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post #2 of 61
Unplug EVERY usb device, even mouse and keyboard, then try again.
    
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just did it, i even unplugged the front panel usb from motherboard, but it doesnt make any difference
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Eh, Remove all USB devices then boot. Its worth a try.

Edit: =.=

Try unplugging all drives cept GPU, your OS Drive, and the essentials..
   
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that error can also be linked to faulty RAM Modules
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I just unplugged every single component and put them back, and the same error still shows up :/
post #7 of 61
Quote:
Originally Posted by mehm3d;13426977 
I just unplugged every single component and put them back, and the same error still shows up :/

Try to clear cmos...
    
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We should make a thread about such computers. I mean it's impossible to open your PC like always to clean it up and you built it again, and it won't work. There must be more to this.
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how did you clean it? sounds like ESD damage to me......
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post #10 of 61
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Quote:
Originally Posted by turrican9;13426984 
Try to clear cmos...

After cleaning my cmos my computer wont communicate with monitor, and it wont shut after 15 seconds this time :O
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