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post #21 of 35
Im assuming your getting a POST?

If so, disconnect everything. Plug in ONLY the HDD to the mobo - nothing else. No CDROM, FDD, nothing. Remove all PCI cards. Remove ALL but one RAM module. Power it on. Do you get a beep? If yes (but it freezes) or No, remove the mobo from the case & set it up on a bench (as per above) & try it again (I'd also reseat the CPU ensuring no pins are bent)...
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I didn't vacuum anything. I vacuumed the EMPTY case, after I removed everything. I pulled the dust off of everything, blew the dust off of everything, and vacuumed the area where I left all of the dust. Nothing was around. I'm thinking of taking off my CPU and looking to make sure theres nothing physically interferring.
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post #23 of 35
Quote:
Originally Posted by Sazar View Post
Make sure all your risers and screws are screwed in correctly to make sure you're not shorting the board.

Sounds like the mobo to me.
same.
post #24 of 35
thats what I would do....if you do not have proper contact from the CPU to heatsink...the heatsink wont carry the heat away and cause the CPU to overheat and that in turn cause the freeze...make sure you have proper contact and clean both surfaces with the appropriate materials and re-apply the TIM and try that...
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Oh, and i meant there was a thin paste between the heatsink and the cpu not on the cpu to mobo.

And I never removed the CPU when I pulled the computer apart, so I can't imagine that its damaged.
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okay, i had the heat sink installed incorrectly on the cpu, so when i booted it up, it seems to be working okay now.. we'll see how long it lasts
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Mission Success, shes up and running. The Heatsink wasn't properly fastened on, now it is, the fan is on right, and when I get bored again, I'll flip the PSU back rightside up.
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post #28 of 35
Good work man, now you know next time what to double check.
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Arch,

That was the same problem I had! Though I just had to put a tad more paste on.
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Yea, well deff a learning experience, which is exactly what I wanted it to be.

:-D

So real quick, since everyone here seems to be knowledgeable, I need to know what kind of equipment I should get for antistatic protection when I'm building the new rig. What surfaces should I have everything on, should I get one of those wristbands?
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