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Hi, recently I decided to clean t my computer fans since they where collecting a bit of dust on them. Now at the time I didn't know what I had done but after a little researching on the web I think I might have rubbed of the thermal paste from my HSF. My problem is that my computer, after start up, shuts down automatically with in a few seconds and I'm wondering is this due to me rubbing off the past and now something overheating?...also I apologize before hand if this is in the wrong section I'm just at a lost to what to do because I'm not to computer handy. It's normally my older brothers job. Any help is appreciated. :)
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Don't wipe or rubbed the thermal paste because that's very essential. Try to add it up a thermal paste to heat sink and the CPU of the processor.
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