Wednesday, September 14, 2011

How to Clean Your Computer's Insides?

  Computer fans are very important part of each computer. Unfortunately, they also are the reason for huge dust accumulation inside your PC. If it's left untouched the dust can interfere with ventilation, and as a result can cause parts to fail. If you have a service contract that covers maintenance, take your computer and to be professionally cleaned.
In case you don't , you may use the following professional cleaning services London tips on how to take care of your computer's inside:
The cleaning tools you are going to need are soft brushes, en-dust for electronics, can of compressed airs, soft rags and simple dust masks. After having them prepared you Amy start the actual cleaning process.
As a start carefully read your owner's manual. If the manufacturer has provided specific instructions, follow them extremely strictly.
The next thing you have to do is to shut down your computer.
Let the computer plugged into the surge suppressor.
Disconnect all peripherals from the computer.
Remove its cover (take a careful look at your owner's manual instructions).
Sit in front of your computer with any professional grounding equipment you have.
Treat your fan blades with compressed air, as well as the power supply chassis, drive chassis and circuit boards.
Carefully brush off dust that the forced air didn't dislodge.
Brush any remaining dust out from the bottom of the chassis.
Apply En-dust for Electronics or another cleaning fluid onto an anti-static rag and wipe the inside and outside of the cover thoroughly.
After that simply replace the cover and reconnect the peripherals.
Cleaning services experts wish you good cleaning results!


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