Bent USB 3 Pins fixable?
im about to buy a gaming motherboard which has bent usb 3 pins?
will they be fixable or not? only a few of them are bent.
Bent pins on usb 3 header
I managed to bend the pins on the wifes usb 3.0 header of her MSI H87 g43 mobo. It was difficult to fit the cable from the CSI Spectre case usb3 cable into the header, I just did not have the room as the cable was a poor design. I dont like the usb3 header on the mobo. I think this design will gi...
Bent pins on USB 3.0 Header
Earlier I finally decided I was going to plug in my USB 3.0 ports. I realize after opening up the case and using a flash light that there are several pins on the USB 3.0 port header that are bent. How do I unbend these pins? I think these pins were damaged in shipping and I'd like to get these pi...
3 bent pins
Hey guys I have an asus maximus extreme and I just got it today from ebay its used and has 3 bent pins not really bad at all whats the best way to st8in them and when they are st8 will everything still work properly?
USB 3.0 Bent-Pins!
Hey guys, I have an ASUS Sabertooth z87 that I noticed has 1 bent pin (far bottom pin that is in it's own row by itself, when the motherboard is standing upright)I used to jewelry flatheads, one to hold the base of the pin from moving and 1 other to bend the top part back straight (it was real...
Fixable or not fixable
i have seen a sabertooth z87 motherboard online for sale. i seen it for a incredibly lower price, but the problem is bent pins, i have had experience with amd pins messing up and fixing, but are these fixable in the motherboard?
bent LGA775 pins
i accidentally bent 3 pins in the socket, but installed the CPU anyway since i was afraid to break a pin or twoCPU/System is normal, played some games, P95, everything is working fine..apparently should i bother with them?
usb drive bent
So i got a 32gb usb drive that has the male end bent, so the 4 pin usb is broken off the circuit board. Should I just hot glue the stuff so it doesn't move or find someone to solder the 4 pins back ?
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