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Old December 6th 03, 04:04 PM
Felix
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Presario laptop 705US - I think that I bent a pin in my cardbus slot
and I'd like to remove the case to get a clear shot at the connector
to straighten the pin. I can't reach it from the outside. I am trying
a T-8 (I think) Torx wrench on the case, but there are a few recessed
screws on the case that my standard T-8 can't reach. Where can I get
the right tool for the job? CompUSA and Sears are no help. Any other
tips are appreciated. TIA.
-Felix

 




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