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Windows 7: installed AIO watercooler, now my computer won't boot.

22 Jan 2016   #21

win 7 64 bit

Your welcome

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25 Jan 2016   #22

win 7 64 bit

Hi if it was me I would change out the motherboard and possible the power supply something took out the ram slot. if motherboard is still under warranty I would rma it.
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 installed AIO watercooler, now my computer won't boot.

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