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CPUs are a snug fit. Be sure there isn't a lever to release the chip. Most Pentium processors do have the lever. Use a chip puller to pull the CPU. Absolutely do not use screwdrivers or pliers. Chip puller is best to give even pressure on both sides and allows pulling straight out.
Posted on Oct 03, 2009
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