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|12-23-2015 04:08 PM|
|Jokesterwild||you can take a staple and bend it into a U shape as well and put it in with needle nose pliers.|
|12-23-2015 03:43 PM|
|Nephalem||This is great, got a set of sleeved cablemods need to repin them as they're all tangled up. saves me $25 thanks. +REP|
|05-05-2014 05:35 PM|
|Philistine||I'm glad the tutorial helped you.|
|05-05-2014 04:53 PM|
|Majorhi||This worked great! Took me about 20 minutes or so to do them all! Thanks!|
|05-04-2014 09:09 PM|
I had no such luck with a tool I purchased and after 45 minutes and no success I set it aside for the night. Now that I stumbled onto this, I'm gonna give this a go tomorrow after I get my hand on some staples. Thanks!
|03-13-2014 01:39 AM|
|11-08-2013 08:19 AM|
I know this is an oldie... but this helped me out a little bit today too!
I had to take the pins out of a female ATX connector, and the regular desk staples were not cutting it so i used some bigger staples the accounting office people had. They ended up being better than the desk staples in both cases!
Hope this helps someone else! Thanks for the idea of using staples, I had been struggling with using small screw drivers with no success!
|05-24-2013 06:16 PM|
|zpliptzy||Found this, and it saved me tons of frustration, and a bit of cash. +Rep !|
|11-16-2012 06:58 PM|
|Klavins||This actually worked better then my proper 24-pin removal tools|
|07-19-2012 10:57 PM|
|Philistine||I think its been moar than 24 hours so I'm allowed a bump.|
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