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Message 1367704 - Posted: 14 May 2013, 3:26:42 UTC
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Missing an "n" skildude?

Anyway, it has become late here.

Tomorrow I will bring the new computer box together with the basic, necessary parts downtown to a computer hardware specialist.

The empty box stands ready in my floor. I also have a cardboard box which I have filled up with the necessary parts neeed in order to get a solution to this particular problem.

Really, the solution should be as simple as possible. Either have the mentioned Noctua cooler fan installed, or perhaps a liquid cooling system which I also have purchased. More room will be available for the RAM memory cards with the latter choice.

Except from that, other than just be able to boot up and receive the usual boot up error message or possibly be able to get to the BIOS by means of a monitor is then the only thing that is neccessary in order for me to continue working.
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Message 1367736 - Posted: 14 May 2013, 5:45:37 UTC

Good luck Bluestar hope to see you here soon with a killer machine

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Message 1367750 - Posted: 14 May 2013, 6:04:58 UTC - in response to Message 1367736.  

Only if he hasn't already killed it.

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