The first thing you need to do is put out that nasty fire. Run outside, quick!, and get the garden hose. After you've hosed down the computer a few minutes, you can turn the water off and bring the hose back outside.
Next, place your PC inside the oven, turning the oven on to about 400°F. You should leave it in there until the case is good 'n hot. There should also be plenty of smoke.
Finally, do you have a second story to your house? If you do, then bring the PC up there and gently toss the computer out the window onto the lawn. This should dislodge any of the charred bits that may have accumulated inside the computer case.
I hope this helps!
BTW: In the remote event that you're actually serious, please don't follow these instructions.
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