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Old 04-08-2006, 10:04 PM   #11 (permalink)
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hey IGeMex, it looks like the bottom of your case is catching on fire due to the ugly wire management...lol just kidding.
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Ive got some prettty bad wiring in one of my comps. This is my old comp (wiring hasnt been fixed):


Heres my new comp before i cleaned up the wiring:
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Wow that top computer looks pretty dusty.........lol

Ill post pics of my p2 went i get home from work. its almost packed solid with cables................lol
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Wow that top computer looks pretty dusty.........lol
Lmao, you have no idea. Its my crap computer that im selling to my parents because their PII gateway doesnt cut it anymore. Ive never cleaned it before and i dont think the previous owner had either.
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Old 04-08-2006, 11:00 PM   #15 (permalink)
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use a vaccum i have attatchments that are for computer cleaning
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lol nice management, its so dusty u can see the GPU turning grey, lol. it wat mine used to look like, but i recently cleaned it on account of some mods.

Yes its a PIII Dell, my parents bought it and now i must make it survive till i build my new computer in the summer. if it wasnt for me, my parents would have killed this computer............
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I used an air compressor to blow the dust out of my old PC.
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Way to go john3 for starting this thread, now watch some one post a pic of a nice wire job here. LOL
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Here's one from my very old HP computer...

It's so squashed up in there.
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wheres the computer i can't see anything past those wires =)
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