I have just installed my mainboard abit be-II I now need to install this PLASTIC
stand for my cpu. Do they really expect a person to risk breaking there board in two to force these pins threw the holes, the stories I've read have said that they used screws to hold these. But the part looks like one whole piece of plastic to me
The mainboard is already fixed to the pan so I can't move it.( Could they really aford these stupid 2 cent holddowns for my 150$ mb Ha Ha Anyway is there maybe a safe way to support the board from underneath?? Can I do this myself without having to PAY the guy I bought it from! Thanks, Vin G firstname.lastname@example.org
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