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Can you get a mechanical pencil over it? I've straightened a few using this method. Just remove lead and insert pin into opening and veeerrryyy gently straighten it up
+1 on the mechanical pencil its works well
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post #12 of 41
Yes you can straighten the pins back up. Find some really small thin tool (I used an eyeglass kit) to bend the pins back up. I've done this with three different processors and all of them were revived successfully.
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post #13 of 41
mechanical pencil method. i have heard many good success stories disregard the rest
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Originally Posted by Cloud007 View Post
Sounds interesting. But it would be harder to get the pins in line with the rest of the row (ie: truly straight) using this method opposed to the one I suggested
Theres abit of an art to it, take your time, but it works great
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alright i used a mixture of the mechanical pencil method, and a really thin knife. The mechanical pencil allowed me to lift up the oddly bent pins, and the knife allowed me to align it. They still arent perfect, but they are all standing up now and in somewhat the same direction. I am going to try booting it up and seeing if i can get anything out of it.
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post #16 of 41
I have no experience personally but I've heard that you can use a knife, debit card, mechanical pencil etc. anything that has a thin edge to it. And not all pins are critical so if you're lucky it still may work, even if the pin is still bent. Good luck
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post #17 of 41
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alright i used a mixture of the mechanical pencil method, and a really thin knife. The mechanical pencil allowed me to lift up the oddly bent pins, and the knife allowed me to align it. They still arent perfect, but they are all standing up now and in somewhat the same direction. I am going to try booting it up and seeing if i can get anything out of it.
cool....crossin my fingers for ya!
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post #18 of 41
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unfortunately i had no luck. it is the same issue as before. my dad gave it a shot on bending them back as well as it is just the same problem.

My only issue now, is how do i know my processor is still fully functional? I understand at the minimum ill need a new mobo, but i dont want to buy an old mobo for a q6600 if the q6600 doesnt work anymore.
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use a credit card
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are you saying it won't go in the socket?
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