10-26-2011, 10:34 AM
| | Re: Cpu Clean
"Don Phillipson" <e925@SPAMBLOCK.ncf.ca> wrote in message
> "PcGAmeR22" <PcGAmeR22.firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>> my computer recently started working slow and my gpu is heating up
>> i opened the case and there was alot of dust
>> [image: . . .
>> i want to clean it but please tell me how to do that without killing it
> Google will find you several routines for cleaning the interior
> of a PC. Basic requirements are:
> -- electricity disconnected and any static charge grounded;
> -- vacuum cleaner and "canned air." You keep the vacuum
> nozzle outside the case and blow grime out of the case with
> canned air.
I would leave the PC plugged in, that way it is earthed (grounded). Then
carefully vacuum away dust. Try not to touch anything with the hoover
nozzle, as it can discharge static, but make sure you touch it against the
grounded case first, then it should be fine.