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Posted 01 June 2006 - 07:15 PM
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Posted 02 June 2006 - 03:42 PM
No cleaning, NO oil change, NO fluids replaced. ???
I suggest that you open up your little PC and clean the dirt out of it.
Clean the blades of all the fans and loosen any packed dirt you may find and either blow it out with compressed air or vacc. it out.
Check all air vents in your case for build up of dust and dirt. Clean them out.
A vacc. cleaner and a small 1" brush work well for this task.
Just wondering......what kind of Hard Drive Maintenance do you perform on a regular basis?
Curious minds want to know,
***Admin edit- It is sort of irresponsible to recommend that someone open up their system without first ascertaining their level of experience and ability. Would you want a lawnmower mechanic working on your car? Do you want that same mechanic to just start jerking on things that they may know nothing about just to see if they are still firmly attached?
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Posted 03 June 2006 - 02:44 AM
Used a can of compressed air that is made for the purpose of cleaning computers and be careful not to overspin the fans - use a pencil with a rubber eraser to stop them from spinning when you blow the air on them.
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