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Well changing a case would not affect the workings of a CPU. Have you dislodged any cables, or put them back inthe wrong place?
Check that all of the power/data cables are the correct way round and in the right ports.

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This is John from Dell headquarters.

Many problems like this are caused by an incompatible or corrupted program. In order to figure it out, I recommend following the steps in the following Microsoft KB article:

How to perform advanced clean-boot troubleshooting in Windows XP

As Serunson said, changing the case wouldn't normally cause the problem you're seeing. Perhaps a corrupted update?

Anyways, give that a shot, and let us know if it does the trick!

John
Dell Customer Advocate

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