Have you ever attempted to clean your motherboard? This is a tough task that often leaves people feeling frustrated.
There are many steps involved in the process and it can be difficult to get everything done correctly.
To make this easier, we have compiled a step-by-step guide for how to clean your motherboard so you can have confidence the next time you do it yourself.
We hope this will help answer any questions you might have about cleaning your computer’s most important component!
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Firstly you’ll need the following items
Steps to clean a Motherboard
1- Remove the covering of the motherboard
2- Next, there are two options for removing the loose dirt and dust. One of these is blowing it off with a can of compressed air on an exterior vent or outside window.
The other option would be to vacuum your computer out using either a cheap endtable model that plugs into an outlet near you just as easily gets rid odors from furniture but doesn’t damage components like more expensive models might do by accidently touching sensitive areas when vacuuming over rough surfaces such as carpeting which could cause short circuits if handled incorrectly (though this should never happen while using properly-maintained equipment).
3- If you have a load of dust caked on to your brush, remove the vaccuum and use it as an assistant by brushing over any area that needs cleaning.
4- When all of the loose pieces are removed, clean up any messes with compressed air or vacuum.
5- Using cleaners with care is important to prevent damage, but if you cannot get rid of the dirt or sticky substances on your motherboard then a liquid will have to do.
Be extra careful when adding liquids into sensitive areas like this one – applying too much can cause irreversible harm!
6- In order to remove the sticky substance on your computer screen, you can use a cotton swab moistened with rubbing alcohol. Gently rub away any residue from across its surface and let it dry before continuing usage!
7- Alcohol first help to remove the dirt and evaporate quickly, which will lessen your chances of electrical damage.
8- Allow the motherboard to dry completely before reinstalling or powering back up.
9- Cover back the motherboard