Question about Dell PowerEdge 6850 (PE6850SAPP) Server
I ordered a new motherboard so that I could have faster processors, but cannot get the motherboard out of the chasis. I believe that I must just slide the motherboard forward until the metal teeth throughtout the MB release the MB from it's grip. But I am not sure...
There is a spring-loaded retaining pin with a blue cap in the center of the motherboard. Pull up on the cap and the motherboard can be slid forward in the case for easy removal.
Posted on Nov 17, 2008
If there are no screws holding the motherboard to the case, remove the case cover over the bottom of the motherboard and look at the supports for the motherboard to see how the board is removed from the case. BPCS
Posted on Dec 28, 2007
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