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i think it worked
temp 1 is now 32C
temp 2 is now 48C
HD0 is 38C
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Tried playing game and do you still get the peeping? :)
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Tried playing game and do you still get the peeping? :)

no peeping anymore. This was really all about dust
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Yep could be just a simple over heating issue. When you played games you stressed the video card and that is when you got the peeping.
I would test it for a few days and let us know how everything works out to be sure.
If we are right it shows just how easily a basic cleaning can help out. :)
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Also note that ambient temperatures (your room temperature) affect the computer temperatures and if you live in the Northern Hemisphere, summer is coming. So if your room is not air conditioned, keep an even closer look on the temps and keeping the system clean of heat trapping dust.
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no peeping still and yeah, summer is coming
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Sounds like you have found the culprit.
Dirt is a bad thing. :)
If you live in a place with animals or smoke you should clean your system out at least every other week. If not a good cleaning once a month or no longer then every other month should be done.
Invest in a can of compressed air and remember never let the fans turn freely when blowing air at them.
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well, since i did the clean, now mouse has stared turning off, but the mouse light inside is still on. No error text comes up or anything near it. But i cant move mouse. I dont understand this. Before the mouse turned off randomly and gived error, but not anymore, now just turns off, without no error and mouse light still works.
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USB, PS2 wireless?
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usb .
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Can you try a different mouse or try your mouse on a different system.?
Also have you tried a different USB port?
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i have tryed different usb ports and still the same.
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What about a different mouse?
USB and also PS2 to make sure it is not the mouse.
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other mouse works.
U can close the thread now
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Is other mouse USB or PS2?
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