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PC won’t post after installing liquid cooling

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Hey everyone! I’m at my wit’s end with this thing; I’ve tried everything I can think of. My scenario is a near exact copy of This One from a while ago; same PC, parts, even the same liquid cooling. The only real difference is that reapplying my RAM didn’t solve anything. I’ve got no beeps, no post, no BIOS, basically all my PC is good for right now is some red LED lighting. I really need help, because this is an absolute mystery to me.

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@JKoppitz 

I'm sorry, but we're not hardware technicians nor are we liquid cooling specialists.  So, the lack of response so far is an indication that we don't have the technical knowhow to address these issues.

 

My suggestion is that you look at the community Win10 forums -- as they have a section on doing Mods to PCs and someone there might be able to provide some useful advice:  (9) Windows 10 Help Forums (tenforums.com)

 

Good Luck



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