Computer shakes?

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  1. fckinfamous

    fckinfamous Well-Known Member

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    Im on my computer right now, and for some reason its shaking it feels as if a train is about to come or something, what can be wrong?

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    Look out your windows..there's no train right?

    If so..I'd run.......fast
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    fckinfamous Well-Known Member

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    Lmfaoo no theres no train. =D
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    mattym New Member

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    You can have a fan that is getting ready to go. When they get old they tend to get messed up. They begin to oscillate and can even shake the case. Id open up the case and clean it out. Tell me more about the PC and ill see if i can suggest anything else.
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    fckinfamous Well-Known Member

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    Ive already opened up the case and cleaned out the fan, cleaned out everything then put it back together.
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    Hp
    Memory(RAM): 3gb
    System Type: 32-bit operating System.
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    Power Supply. Check it.
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    Check for media in your optical drive. those tend to make cases vibrate. While you are at it, try turning it on with the hard drive's power disconnected, the HDD could be unbalanced (especially if it is a Western Digital, they have the worst problems with that)
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    In the powers supply i think that might be the problem, theres a fan there and its not spinning.
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    There's your problem bud. That means your Power Supple is broken or the Power Supply fan is broken, but that definetely makes your computer shake. Happened twice to me.

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