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1. How to indent a motherboard?

All mother boards have its number printed on it. With that number, you can Google to know its details, and specifications.
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The Bugaboo canopy uses a clever two stage hub. A spring keeps the sections together in a twin set of wavy indents. As you pull the canopy out the first arch moves to the next indentation (60 degrees) than the second arch moves it's next indentation (90 degrees). If you have the fabric set to far back over the back of the frame and a arch can't reach it's next indentation it will jump back to it's first position. Check the arches can reach the indentations. If a spring breaks inside a hub it is not repairable but is available as a part for around 25 Euro for a Ships Worldwide or Check out

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1. How to indent a motherboard?

on the board by the pci slots or the cpu socket

Mar 17, 2014 | Intel Computers & Internet

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How to indent a motherboard?

The way you are using the term 'Indent' is confusing.
Clarify your statement.

Post back in a Comment.

Apr 22, 2013 | Intel Computers & Internet

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How to indent a motherboard?

Look for a group of numbers on the motherboard. They vary from manufacturer to manufacturer. But if you have an intel motherboard you probably have a manufacturer built system. Just type the model number of the Tower into your search engine and add motherboard after it.

Apr 22, 2013 | Intel Computers & Internet

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Acer aspire one zg5 no erecovery Pls Help.... Running on Win XP

To start the systemrecovery:
  1. Restart the computer.
  2. When the Computer logo appears on the screen, press the Alt and F10 keys repeatedly.
  3. If you are prompted with a Microsoft Windows boot screen, press the Enter key.
  4. After the system recovery application has loaded, follow the prompts to reinstall the Operating System.
If the ability to reinstall from the previous method is not available orfails, recovery of the Operating System will need to be from Recovery Media. Ifyou do not have a set of Recovery Media, you may purchase the set onlinefrom the manufacturer.Note: If your computer does not havean internal optical disc drive, an external optical disc drive will be requiredin order to recover the Operating System using Recovery Media.
  1. Restart the computer.
  2. When the computer logo appears on the screen, press the F12 key repeatedly to enter the computer's Boot Menu.
  3. Press the CD-ROM drive eject button and insert the disc labeled System CD.
  4. Close the CD-ROM tray.
  5. Refer to on screen instructions to select either CDROM or USB CDROM.
  6. The computer will boot from the Recovery Media
  7. When prompted for the Recovery CD, remove the System CD and insert the Recovery CD.
Note: Ifthere are multiple Recovery CDs, please insert the first of the Recovery CDs.
  1. After the system recovery application has loaded, follow the prompts to reinstall the Operating System.

Sep 27, 2011 | Acer Aspire One PC Notebook

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I hp dv2500 have 6 indentical screen... pls help me...

Does it have an nVidia graphics chip? If so you are experiencing a failure. The solution is twofold. You can wrap it in a blanket and turn it on..(Change power settings to always on) , turn it on and let it get hot. (about 2 hours), You will need to replace the motherboard eventually.

May 17, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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The entire installation cd here: It‘s an image file that you‘ll have to burn to a cd. You can use a Nero, Imgburn, Roxio, or any program that will burn aniso image to a blank cd. Burn the cd, install the driver, and then start using your webcam!

Apr 03, 2010 | Radio Shack VGA PC Camera Webcam

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Got 3 long beeps, have changed good memory, same problem. Took out battery short the battery terminals for 30 seconds and re-install battery, still got the same problem, any ideas?

Look at the capacitors on the motherboard. They all should be indented inward. If any of them are bowled upwards, then you have a faulty motherboard, and the reason that your RAM isn't working on it.


Take out all the RAM and only try to boot with one RAM chip installed at a time.

Maybe the RAM is incompatible with the motherboard?

Dec 15, 2009 | Intel D945GNT Motherboard

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Hopefully you got the Intel 775 pin processor line but the installation should be pretty straight forward.

Looking at the motherboard where the CPU would go, there is a metal lever type of locking mechanism that extends the length of the processor space. You'll want to first move it to the side, then rotate it up toward you.

This will loosen up the brace that would apply pressure to the CPU, locking it down into place. Open this door/brace up and (if a new motherboard, remove the black plastic protector inside the door) and you'll notice the pins are located on the motherboard themselves. [ Older motherboard/processors had the pins on the CPU ] If you look along the plastic edge of the where the processor would sit in the motherboard, there are little tabs protruding out toward the pins.

Now in looking at your processor, you'll notice that there are also two indentations on the edge of your processor. You'll match these indentations and tabs up so that the processor will sit nice and cozy inside (remember, you want the gold dotted side DOWN).

There will a little play in the processor itself once you set it down which is normal.

Close the door/brace and bring the locking lever down. It may require a good firm force to pivot the lever down but once you get it down far enough, move it over slightly to the side (opposite of how you removed it) and then lock it into place. (you'll notice that there are small plastic brackets that hold this lever down in place to lock it.)

Now that the CPU is locked down, its time to put some thermal paste down on it. (most CPU coolers already have the jelly on the bottoms... a grey jelly material)

Depending on how big of a cooler you have for the CPU, for the larger ones, I always do an eyeball test fit... just to make sure that I have it rotated and fitted correctly before setting it down and locking in the screws.

Don't forget to plug up the CPU cooler/fan to the motherboard CPU_FAN plug.

Apr 18, 2009 | ECS 945GZT-M (V1.0) Motherboard

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