Cleaned my Computer and removed a fan. Will not boot up anymore. Please help!

greenhippo

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So I turned off my computer and unplugged everything. I opened it up and cleaned out all of the dust carefully making sure to remove static from me from touching metal. I also removed a fan that was plugged into the motherboard.

Plugged everything back in and the computer boots to the point where it asks me if I want to repair windows or try to boot the computer normally.

If I hit repair windows, it attempts to repair it and fails.

If I hit boot the computer normally than I get a blue screen that stay up for like 3 seconds and than shuts off. The blue screen is full of writing.

It says something like "windows driver framework has detected that a violation has occurred. Disable BIOS memory options such as caching or shadowing."

Computer Specs:

GTX 660 ti
8 GB Ram
ASUS P8Z77-VLX motherboard
I5-3570K
CX500 Corsair PSU
60GB SSD
120GB SSD
1TB hard drive

I have no idea what is up. I have cleaned my computer before and removed fans and this has never happened before.

Does any know anything that could help me? I would really appreciate it!
 

greenhippo

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I cleaned the dust out with a dry cloth. How could i solve a memory issue?
 

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