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Cleaned inside of pc with a paper towel, now no signal to monitor or k

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Daniel Park

Daniel Park


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so 2 days ago my computer was being realy loud when i was playing a video game, so i took a q tip and wet it a little and got dust out of my fans in my computer.

After re-connecting, no signal to monitor, no lights on my keybard (num lock, caps lock,) and no lights to my gaming mouse.

I know its not the power supply because my fans are spinning and i got a new power supply like 2 weeks ago. What can i do to fix this?

I tried unplugging everything, and holding power button for 30 seconds, that didnt work, neither did removing battery on mobo and removing graphics card. I even removed ram sticks (4) and replaced them, that didn't work.

PLEASE help! im about to freak out :)
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Please do not duplicate your topic. It makes more work for members and staff and could potentially get you mixed advice being given. Your original topic is HERE so please edit your original post to include any new info but do not reply to your topic or someone may think you are already getting assistance. The duplication may be a glitch so I am closing this topic. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding. :)
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PS: I have responded in the original topic.
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