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Little clip Hi, there is a little clip that keeps coming undone in the motherboard place. This is the second time and it keeps shorting the computers moniter and power out, what the hell.

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    JDTec May 11, 2010

    Where is the clip located?

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Is this a clip for holding something in place or a jumper like this one? little clip - 5269983d5c31a7ca
http://www.thg.ru/howto/20020904/print.html link if picture does not show ( scroll halfway down to see jumper photo.

if it looks like this , bend the two pins it goes on apart just a tiny bit before you replace it on the pins, this will add enough tension when you put the jumper on to keep it from freely falling offf

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