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Agreed...
Ok, from you that's absolutely hilarious...

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It's easier to beg for forgiveness then to ask for permission...Just ask my wife...
hehe.
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post #92 of 132
put the pc in a really dusty area, so there would be dust between the cpu heatsink and the cpu fan and it will turn itself off or not and just turn it on and off and eventually ur harddrive and cpu will die
    
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you could also put something hard in the psu fan and then turn on the pc
    
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Heres what you do, I have broken 2 pc's this way. Either flip the little red switch on the power supply to the 220 volt setting, when my grandpa did this on one of his old rigs it friend the cpu, mobo, ram, hd.... Secondly, as someone said, do A bios flash. Find your motherboard on the manufacturers website, download the bios flash utility. then when it is in the middle of flashing the bios, unplug the computer. Mobo into a paperweight. Another question though. You father says you cant spend your own money on a computer until that one breaks (Which i find to be absurd, don't take that from your parents) but wont he be suspicious when it mysteriously breaks right after he says you getting a new one relies on that one failing?
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post #95 of 132
You could just remove the CPU, rub your hands on a woolly jumper, or anything to build up a lot of static, then rub your hands all over the bottom of the CPU. Won't leave any evidence at all.
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Yeah okay, I'm done messing with some of you. I asked for advice, not a morality check. Those of you who gave me actual advice will be receiving a +rep. Thanks!
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magnet ftw.. nothing visible and toast for sure! But i would never recommend that to anyone..
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magnet ftw.. nothing visible and toast for sure! But i would never recommend that to anyone..
A magnet won't kill components, it will only corrupt data on memory and hard drive.
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Heres what you do, I have broken 2 pc's this way. Either flip the little red switch on the power supply to the 220 volt setting, when my grandpa did this on one of his old rigs it friend the cpu, mobo, ram, hd.... Secondly, as someone said, do A bios flash. Find your motherboard on the manufacturers website, download the bios flash utility. then when it is in the middle of flashing the bios, unplug the computer. Mobo into a paperweight. Another question though. You father says you cant spend your own money on a computer until that one breaks (Which i find to be absurd, don't take that from your parents) but wont he be suspicious when it mysteriously breaks right after he says you getting a new one relies on that one failing?
He said it a couple of months ago
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post #100 of 132
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A magnet won't kill components, it will only corrupt data on memory and hard drive.
when its running it will be a ball of lighting.. capacitors and such will not cope with the EMI when in use.
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