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Try this: backup your database and files.
This is a just-in-case step. If you change your settings and something horrible happens (it shouldn't) then you have that backup as a safety net.
Start with going to your W3 Total Cache General Settings and perform a compatibility check (top left button on that screen).
On my blog, I get all green OK for everything; if you have some yellows then you're probably still good.
In your W3 Total Cache General Settings, turn off everything except Page Cache, Database Cache, and Object Cache. Save those settings and clear the cache in W3 Total Cache.
This will just create cached pages and objects using the method you have selected. It won't minify or do anything else but create a database cached version of your blog.
Once that's done, using a different web browser (I use Firefox for admin and Internet Expolorer for testing) clear that browser cache and visit your blog. See how that looks in the testing browser.