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lol i know what it might be. since it had a lot of dust. make sure theres no dust in any of the slots. it makes it not boot properly.
    
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i think it might be a good idea to remove the heatsink and the CPU and clean them both with alcohol..then before you put them back it put a THIN layer on arctic silver 5 on the CPU ..dont over do it ....then put the heat sink back on. . see it that helps...if its an Intel it should shut off when it over heats all together to protect its self
    
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Antistatic wristbands help, although they aren't necessary. Personally, i go the cheap route (not necesarily safe route) and just touch something metal on my case every ~30 sec or when i remember to prevent static.
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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?
You can get a static mat pad, and you don't have to clip it to a wrist band. This is about the safest way you can prevent static. I have ben taking electroincs apart for 20+ yrs, and I have never had static destroy any component. I only use the pad during the time of year we have static in Central Oregon, and that only lasts about 2 months. Other than that, I just touch something metal b4 touching any components.
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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.
You really need to clean off the "putty stuff" from the CPU and heatsink and fan. Use alcohol and make sure it is all evaporated, then reapply some thermal paste. Basically the thermal paste creates a heat conductive contact between the CPU and the heatsink. Read more here.
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