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Same thing happened to me and I yanked the cpu right out of the socket. I used a razor blade and pushed it gently between the cpu and heatsink. It popped it loose easy peasy.
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Mugen Rev 2 Windows 7 Ultimate 64 Samsung Synch Master 27" Logitech Wireless 
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