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How to remove the cpu

There is no lever to lift on the mobo. Is there any kind of lock on the inside of the board? This wood meen I have to remove the board from the case? What a job! Thanks...

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  • gerardtdi Sep 12, 2007

    There is no lever to be lifted all aroud the CPU, of course with the heat sink and fan removed! It looks like it is soldered in place!! Tkanks.

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My cpu is very flat but it indicate where to pull. i cannot lift it! help

Posted on Sep 20, 2007

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Hi, You will find that the CPU doe's have a lever to remove it. But it is probably hidden under your heatsink and fan. Study the clips holding the h/s & fan down and unclip them. gently apply a bit of force to the h/s and remove it. You will now see the lever you need Take as much care as possible removing the H/S and also the CPU other wise you may damage the pins on the CPU. Regards mistyman

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First step, remove the cables and open the case.
locate the cpu - heatsink

it debends on what kind of heatsink it has, simply turn the lever
or use a screwdriver to unhook the metal connector. If you don't have enought room you might need to remove the powersupply first.

handle the cpu with care, ones the heatsink is removed you can
pull up the lever next to the cpu to unlock it

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now you can remove the cpu with your fingers by the edges.

place it in a safe location, and go ahead install the new cpu.
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Was the heatsink screwed into the mobo or was it clipped to the plastic? If it was screwed on the processor is soldered to the mobo and cannot be removed. If its a ZIF socket then more than likely the lever has broken off and the socket is pretty useless now, time for a new mobo.

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