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My sys heats up rapidly (as soon as 6 to 7 minutes 4m startup).I dnno whats goin on out in there.i think there are sort of coolants for computers too(i'm not sure tik i heard it somewhere):rolleyes:.I would b happy if anyone could help me vth it.If there exist such type of coolants can u plz tell me the full details.





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Abhinav

 

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OK, first of all you need to post your exact system specs; ie make and model of board, cpu, power supply, etc, etc.

Next is this a new build or is it a system that has been working fine and developed a problem?
 

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i donno precisely what my sys is made of.All i can tell u is that it has an ASUS motherboard with intel dual core processor and a 1GB dynet Ram.i dont have any other video or graphic card installed (other than those which came vth it).My sys is abt 1 month old
 

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OK, have you read your manual? The model of the asus board is printed on the manual.

Next you have not answered if this had been working or has it always had this problem?

Have you opened the case and checked the cpu heatsink/fan to see if the fan is running and the hsf is securely attached?
 

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yes both the fans are wrkin.Actually the thing is that 4 days back i opened the cabinet case (just for fun) i tried to study the whole thing and removed many wires.L8r i connected all the wires but i'm not sure if i connected them perfectly.4m then this prob has occured. If my dad gets to know abt this he wud thrash me.i just told him that this usually happens vth all computers.
 
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Would hasve been useful to know this originally. I would guess the CPU fan may not have been connected back, which would cause a rapid overheat, or there may be another part connected wrong.
 

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From your posts and what I can ascertain about your level of repair skills, the best advise I could give you would be to take the system to a local shop and have it repaired. Try to find a shop where they actually do repairs, upgrades, etc. FWIW do not go to somewhere like best buy.
 

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em win xp sp2 is the thing i loaded onto my sys and i have 1GB ram with intel core 2 duo processor
 
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