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Sandwhichsareyummy

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  1. Sandwhichsareyummy

    Case slipped and pc froze

    The gpu is being detected. Is that enough? Or do i have to open up the case?
  2. Sandwhichsareyummy

    Case slipped and pc froze

    It says "good" with a blue dot next to everything
  3. Sandwhichsareyummy

    Case slipped and pc froze

    Thats screwed in tightly into a bracket, how would i check for errors via Crystal disk mark?
  4. Sandwhichsareyummy

    Case slipped and pc froze

    I was putting my pc on some wood to elevate it from the carpet and the legs of my pc slipped off and the case hit the wood. My my screen and mouse froze and my keyboard turned off. I restarted and everything works as it should again. Should i be concerned?
  5. Sandwhichsareyummy

    Didn't drain Psu fully andr dropped screw on mobo

    Just got home and turned it on. Seems to work. There isnt any possibility of future damage caused by this is there?
  6. Sandwhichsareyummy

    Didn't drain Psu fully andr dropped screw on mobo

    The psu was shut off not only the pc
  7. Sandwhichsareyummy

    Didn't drain Psu fully andr dropped screw on mobo

    Wait you dropped screws into plugged in and turned on systems? Someone said that easily would destroy a motherboard.
  8. I forgot to drain my PSU and I dropped a screw on my mobo(while the psu was plugged in but turned off but it was on before that and the psu.) I havent got around to powering it on and I found the screw and put it were it belongs. Would the little bit of electrcity running through the components be enough to get shorted by a screw? Or is it more of a safety precaution so the builder doesn't get hurt to drain it?
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