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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
As Eblackadder says, you probably need a new board, but since that's the case you can take the attitude that you have nothing to lose.
If it were me, I would look very carefully at the motherboard around the socket to see if you can drill some small holes without hitting a metal trace. You will really be gambling here because these boards have metal traces embedded inside the board that you may not be able to see.
Assuming you can find a few spots where you think drilling a small hole is possible you could then use zip ties to pull the heatsink assembly down tight to the processor. I would use very small zip ties. Since these are typically not very long, you can chain a number of them together.
Best of luck.
Posted on Nov 28, 2007
YOu will need a box that will convert your coaxial signal (cable) into a another using either Composite (RCA wires) or component (Yr,Yb, Yg) outputs. Your local radio shack should be able to accommodate you
Posted on Apr 01, 2009
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