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Randall Lind Mar 11, 2008, 10:33pm EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Edited: Mar 11, 2008, 10:35pm EDT

 
>> Re: Re: How to kill your PC, quickly
That's how I got my new HP AMD 64 3700+ it didn't work so a friend gave me it. I open it up and there was dust 5 inches thick everywhere!

After I blew out the dust and pop off the front and clean it all out the PC came on. I brought a new video card for it (XFX 8600GT XXX pci-e) and now all I need is some more memory and I am set.

I didn't have that much dust on the CPU fan damn that is a lot from that picture. My friend has 4 dogs and hair everywhere in his house no wonder pc didn't work.

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Five inches of dust build up!? :D

Randall Lind Mar 12, 2008, 09:39am EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Brendan Gonsalves said:
Five inches of dust build up!? :D


Yea for the most part I took my hand and picked it up and threw it out. Ever brush a dog then clean the brush? That how thick it was on the bottom and in the front where I took the panel off.


I was surprise it worked after. Maybe it was 5 inches but looked like someone dump a vacuum cleaner bag inside. That how much dust was in it took me a good day to clean it. It also smelled like an ash tray.


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