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Bent motherboard pins, fixed but now will not boot

Q: Bent motherboard pins, fixed but now will not boot

Hi everyone, I have a problem.
I pinmodded an LGA771 Xeon to work with my LGA775 motherboard. I decided to do it the hard way and use aluminum foil and tape to pin mod it. I think it worked out fine but anyway, on to the problem.

When I cut off the LGA775 alignment pieces, I accidentally bent 2 pins out of shape a little. Initially, I didn't notice, so I put in the Xeon to try it out, didn't work.
Then I tried my old processor, also didn't work (worked fine previously).

So then I noticed the pins and bent them back into shape, AFAIK it is perfect and you can't even tell that anything happened.
Tried both CPUs, nothing, no beeps, no signal to the monitor.

Is it possible to damage my motherboard if I didn't do the pinmod correctly?
Is it possible that I damaged my processor or motherboard by trying to run it with those 2 pins out of place?

Help please

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A: Bent motherboard pins, fixed but now will not boot

I am not really sure, but my guess is you did not do the pinmod correctly since both CPUs do not work. I hope someone else can provide some insight on this issue. Good luck!

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Spud
 

A:bent pins brand new motherboard socket?

None of the pins should be bent upwards. An I/O shield is one thing (presuming that it was advertised, or you knew it was missing when it was purchased), but I would return it if it has bent pins.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/bent-pins-brand-new-motherboard-socket.1083394/
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A:P4C 2.8/800 - bent pins out of the box!

normally would have but the one pin that was really bent was bent so far high chance it would break i think.
 

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A:Bent Cpu Pins

I never dropped an CPU or bent any cpu pins, but here are some people suggestions to try from some internet sources.

The You tube clip is from a computer part supplier ncix.com

http://www.wikihow.com/Fix-Bent-Pins-on-a-CPU

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EdDccsbv5hA

disclaimer: use any of these instructions at your own risk.
 

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A:Bent pins on fan

What.

Fans don't have pins. Maybe you should elaborate.

If you are referring to your processor, so long as none of the pins are broken, and you can carefully bend them back into position, you'll likely be ok. I've rescued hundreds of CPUs this way.
 

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The pins are bent on the CPU itself or on the Motherboard?
 

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A:Accidentally bent some CPU pins

Bluebarry said:





I also broke off a couple pins but managed to save them, will I be able to get those back in?Click to expand...

Please clarify this statement.

If you broke a few pins from the CPU, you will not be able to fix them.
 

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A:clear cmos pins on motherboard.

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A:[Fixed] USB Boot in Aspire V5 561G

UEFI on Rufus is ok, FAT32 formatting? if you press F12 at boot, the USB flash drive appears? try to disable secure boot on UEFI.

http://community.acer.com/t5/V-and-VN-Series-Laptops/Fixed-USB-Boot-in-Aspire-V5-561G/td-p/382275/jump-to/first-unread-message
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Is there anyways I can cancel the restore on another computer using my hard drive adapter and other computer?
 

A:Omg my computer fixed but can boot again either!!! Urgent!!!

Is this Windows XP? If so, you can repair the entire install most of the time. Just boot off the XP disc and follow the on-screen messages. It will act like you are installing Windows fresh, but when you get to the screen where XP is asking you to install Windows on an existing partition, choose the repair option there. After the install completes, all your data and desktop should remain
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/omg-my-computer-fixed-but-can-boot-again-either-urgent.57573/
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A:Can't Boot after Norton "fixed" Trojan.Gen.2.

will it boot into safe mode via hitting F8 just after the BIOS Post screen?

http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/430716/cant-boot-after-norton-fixed-trojangen2/
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After being able to restart i ran rkill and the MBAM and found some other issue, ran SAS and found some issue as well. tdsskiller detected nothing.
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Ran SFC /scannow to make sure system files weren't corrupted, that took a bit of time.

Things seem to be working ok, but the system is still a bit laggy, still concerned there may be some residual infection or other issue to fix.
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A:Boot Parttion Corruption - Almost fixed just need a little more help

It appears the Update failed but to be sure you can boot the latest Windows 10 installation media to run Automatic repair same as shown here for Windows 8 Automatic Repair. If WIndows 10 starts then you can install EasyBCD to add Windows 7, replacing any old listing.

If it won't repair or just based on the failed Setup listing you may want to delete the Windows 10 partition during a booted reinstall of 10 using the latest ISO from Download Windows 10 Insider Preview ISO - Microsoft Windows. This should also configure a Dual Boot menu with Windows 7.

Otherwise to rescue 7 Mark 100mb System Reserved (preferred) or Win7 Partition Active,
then run Startup Repair - Run 3 Separate Times until Win7 starts.

You can then install EasyBCD (click Download - no Name or Email required) to add Windows 10 to a Boot Menu to see if it will start, using the Windows 8 type OS choice.

http://www.sevenforums.com/installation-setup/372332-boot-parttion-corruption-almost-fixed-just-need-little-more-help.html
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A:[fixed] Constantly troubleshooting network after boot [/myself]

Hi Digger,

Welcome to the forums, glad you found a fix for your problem and thanks for sharing.

http://www.sevenforums.com/network-sharing/2817-fixed-constantly-troubleshooting-network-after-boot-myself.html
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Code:
Name: Windows 7
BCD ID: {default}
Drive: \Device\HarddiskVolume3
Bootloader Path: \Windows\system32\winload.exe
Windows Directory: \Windows

Entry #2

Name: Microsoft Windows Vista
BCD ID: {current}
Drive: C:\
Bootloader Path: \Windows\system32\winload.exe
Windows Directory: \Windows
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I'm kinda careful to edit the BCD because I might screw it up making vista unbootable too. I'm not too experienced in this area.

http://www.sevenforums.com/bsod-help-support/94172-windows-7-wont-boot-cannot-fixed-winre-also-dualboot.html
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If Western Digital Data Lifeguard cannot repair your HD then it should be replaced. I'm not sure I'd even trust it if it does repair. Best to replace.

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http://www.sevenforums.com/general-discussion/320717-freeze-unable-boot-fixed-good-while-bad-hdd-bad-windows.html
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A:Says plugged in and charging, but is not charging. Just got motherboard fixed.

If it is not charging maybe the battery is defective.
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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/says-plugged-in-and-charging-but-is-not-charging-just-got-motherboard-fixed.1145856/
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A:Bent pin! Need help!

A picture would be helpful to visualize what you are trying to repair.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/bent-pin-need-help.809642/
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Have you called HP Support to see if it is covered under warranty?  >>Contact HP Btw, I have seen posters solve the bent pin issue by inserting a ballpoint pen into the barrel(with ink cartridge removed), fitting it over the pin and gently straightening it. If you have indeed damaged the charging port I do not know of a way to fix that yourself.

http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Hardware-and-Upgrade-Questions/Charging-Pin-Bent/td-p/5811681
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A:Bent AMD CPU prongs

Hi Michelle,
assuming you have the pins straightened correctly, you have to line up the gold arrow in one of the corners of the CPU, PCB (the green substrate the CPU is on) with the embossed arrows on the CPU socket.(AMD's only) It will drop in then. If not , the pins are not straight yet. Get a eyeglass repair kit screw driver, and a magnifying glass and take your time (thats about all the advice I can give) take your time and look at them from several angles to make sure they align down the rows of pins.
hope that helps
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/bent-amd-cpu-prongs.152054/
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A:My laptop seems to be bent from the beginning

Hi Marlinde

How long do you have your notebook? Try to contact your local dealer, explain the situation and ask if you can get replacement. Maybe this should be the first step for you.

What do you think about it?

https://forum.toshiba.eu/showthread.php?68243-My-laptop-seems-to-be-bent-from-the-beginning
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A:Bent Processor Pin, Now no Video

Take out the video card, and then put it back in. Sometimes pushing down on the heatsink getting it installed will make the video card slip out of its slot a bit, especially if you left the screw in that holds the plate to the case.

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A:Geek Squad bent me over!

You should be able to contact Sony and give them the number on the bottom of the case.
If they are nice they will just ship the disk if not it may be $10 - $20

http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f217/geek-squad-bent-me-over-447482.html
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A:Capacitors next to Processor bent

Is the capacitor itself bent, or the metal contacts that connect it to the board?

It shouldn't cause a problem if it's just the contacts, as long as they don't break off.
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/capacitors-next-to-processor-bent.53334/
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A:bent usb prongs - shut comp off

Usb uses the 5v rail, you should have stopped using the port when it first went wrong. Im afraid to say, its gonna cost you to get a problem like that fixed on a laptop!!!!!
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/bent-usb-prongs-shut-comp-off.61399/
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Thanks.
 

A:Flash Driive USB Jack Bent

Sure,

You could get in there with some needle nose pliers or a butter knife and attempt to bend it back slowly. Do this at your own risk, it may never quite fit right again.

Also USB Flash drives are always on sale at Newegg.com for less than $10 you can score a 4GB one
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/flash-driive-usb-jack-bent.779885/
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A:Prongs bent/broken on ONLY USB port

This should work:
http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=987092&CatId=511
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/prongs-bent-broken-on-only-usb-port.892988/
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A:I bent this thing sticking out of my mobo

That's a capacitor. They're usually rather large black cylinders with two pins going into your system board. The same type of thing is used in a camera's flash system: it receives electricity, stores it temporarily (like a battery), then at a given signal, it releases it all in one large burst to the other side of it's lead.
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Perhaps you could provide more information. EXACTLY what is happening and what led up to it. Also, try Firefox safe mode and see what happens (http://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/Safe%20Mode)

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A:Can You Help? Safemode,Missing drivers,Bent contacts,what? Read More PLEASE!!

Either can someone trustworthy please remote host my ASUS, & Help me Get out of safemode.Click to expand...

no we dont offer that type of service here - see the rules

is it legal to somehow reinstall windows7 from My Toshiba Satellite to My ASUS Notebook.Click to expand...

No the software will be OEM software and tied to the motherboard hardware and NOT transferable
BUT if you have the exact same software as on the CoA label you cna use that license with the software - BUT it has to exactly the same
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/can-you-help-safemode-missing-drivers-bent-contacts-what-read-more-please.1048855/
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A:Boot Problems, Motherboard? Boot Disk? MBR virus?

Okay, well first I'd put the dreaded MBR virus at the bottom of the list of things to consider. But, yes, it's possible one might have survived standard formating. But highly unlikely, IMO.

I think the first step is to make certain you have the most recent motherboard drivers installed.

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Federal Law requires electronic manufacturers to label their devices with an "FCC code". You can sometimes cross-reference that number to a specific model of motherboard (or whatever).

I've never seen a motherboard that didn't have the model number silk-screened on the motherboard, in large letters.

http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f10/boot-problems-motherboard-boot-disk-mbr-virus-325290.html
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A:Fixed "unmountable boot volume" - now drive partitions are switched?

You can't change the drive letter on the system drive. You could possibly move the installation from the large drive to the smaller one, but if that is where it boots from, the connections to the drives will need to be switched, too. You could clone the larger to the smaller and then switch them.

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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/fixed-unmountable-boot-volume-now-drive-partitions-are-switched.1006569/
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A:CPU Pins

No help. Better get a new piece of very expensive and delicate equipment.
You could also ignore/remove the broken pins and beg that through some miracle the pins you bent are not critical for the CPU's operation..
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/cpu-pins.21692/
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Sorry noobie here
 

A:How many pins do i have?

you have to get one with the same amount of pins or it won't fit. First of all what computer do you have then we could research and see what kind is in it now. also look to see if your computer manufacture has upgrades on their website and it should say how many pins.
 

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A:CPU Pins

The LGA 775 processors are pinless and fit onto the pinned mobo CPU connection.
See here: http://www.pcstats.com/articleview.cfm?articleID=2231
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/cpu-pins.688012/
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A:cpu pins need help

I dont see why it shouldnt work, As long as they are still attached and straight down. But there is always a risk that it wouldnt.

The best way to tell is to boot it asap.

Sean
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/cpu-pins-need-help.29414/
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Thank you very much!
 

A:How can I found out how many pins my RAM has?

Here use this it should tell you exactly.
http://www.crucial.com/systemscanner/
 

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A:videocard pins

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Just remember, i could be wrong.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/videocard-pins.32817/
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A:PCI-E Contact Pins...

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A:Where do these firewire pins go?

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Thanks
 

A:Which CPU's have gold pins?

you can check each one here:

http://www.cpu-zone.com/Trade.htm

but since the 8008 cpu(1973 timeframe) most are gold plated...

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Here's the old "well trained technician" with another question. I have an old amptron PM-8600 MOBO and I can't determine which pins I connect he on/off switch. The pins look as follows with the appropriate notation (from the manual) next to it.

PIN # Description

1. LED Output
2. N.C
3. Ground
4. Keylock
5. Ground.

Any and all help is appreciated.
 

A:MOBO Pins

keylock is also indicated as power led, guess that would be my best guess

http://www.eztechstuff.com/archives/th99/m/txt/34427.txt
 

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