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no keyboard, mouse and display after cleaning

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by deadlifter, Feb 4, 2014.

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  1. deadlifter

    deadlifter Thread Starter

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    My build is about a year and a half to two years old. I've never had problems with it. Well, I noticed my GPU's were running a little hot so I looked inside and noticed some dust. I powered down, unplugged everything from the top down, took the case out to the garage and blew the dust out.

    I used very low pressure for this.

    Well I come back and plug everything and no keyboard, mouse, display or beeps. Everything powers up though. All fans spin, dvd works, hard drive spins.

    I reset cmos, removed batter, did jumpers, reset RAM, unplugged 24 pin and reseated, tried with just one GPU, tried with the other GPU, nothing.

    Gigabyte GA 990fx ud3 mobo rev 1.0
    AMD Phenom II x6 3.2
    G.skill ripjaws ddr3-1600- pc3-12800-4gb (two sticks)
    Radeon HD6850's (x2)
    Antec 750 watt PSU
    Win 7 x64
    Like I said, everything worked great for a long time until I blew some of the dust off it. (n)
     
  2. SM4SH

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    Go back through everything and make sure nothing came unplugged. to me it sounds like the mother board may be damaged. did you touch anything inside the case? when blowing out the case did you let the fans spin up really fast?
     
  3. deadlifter

    deadlifter Thread Starter

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    Thank you for the help. I had to reseat the CPU, and now everything is fine.
     
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