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Sam Sachnowitz

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About Sam Sachnowitz

  • Title
    Newbie
  • Birthday Jan 14, 2002

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    SamJSach#9824

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  • Location
    United States
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    Male
  • Interests
    Basketball, gaming, drums
  1. The cpu light turns on as soon as I start up the tower and takes a few seconds to go away. It skips the next light and goes to VGA which stays on for a little longer then turns off. And sometimes the boot light will turn on but on for like half a second. But sometimes the boot light doesn't turn on
  2. It's actually still stiff in place, but its angled now for whatever reason. My guess is that the little things to keep the fan in place on the inside of the case are now loose so I'm gonna try to tighten those if possible. If not, I'm not sure what else there is for me to try and do
  3. When I turn on the tower, the VGA light turns on for a few seconds, turns on, and then the boot light turns on and turns off after a few seconds also. Should I be concerned about this?
  4. I uploaded it as a screenshot now Unscrewing them didn't really work
  5. I just don't know if thats going to fix anything because all the screws are tightened, but I could try that I reuploaded the picture on here if you wanna take a look IMG_3100.HEIC
  6. like its screwed onto the motherboard I checked the screws on the backside of the case and one screw was loose so I retightened it, but its leaning to the right at an angle thats a little concerning to me you should be able to see it on the picture I added in the post
  7. I just built this computer IMG_3100.HEICaround 3 months ago, all of the pieces were brand new. I shipped it from college back home and I take it out of the box to see that my be quiet! fan is now tilted right. I'd like to know if this is an issue or not, and/or if it will compromise my computer's capability, and if there is anything I could do to fix this (assuming that this is a problem that must be fixed)
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