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Peter there is a point you just can't fix things.
 
CPU sockets are just too dense (pin wise) to de-solder or re-solder a replacement socket down without encountering a damaged via or solder pad (also many are also press-fitted in so they can't be removed). In any case the replacement still won't workhas a very slim chance in working.
CPU sockets are just too dense (pin wise) to de-solder or re-solder a replacement socket down without encountering a damaged via or solder pad (also many are also press-fitted in so they can't be removed). In any case the replacement still won't workhas a very slim chance in working.
 
Sorry It's time for a new logic board ;-{

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編集者: Dan ,

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Peter there is a point you just can't fix things.
 
CPU sockets are just totoo dense (pin wise) to de-solder or re-solder a replacement socket down without encountering a damaged via or solder pad so the replacement still won't work.
CPU sockets are just totoo dense (pin wise) to de-solder or re-solder a replacement socket down without encountering a damaged via or solder pad so the replacement still won't work.
 
Sorry It's time for a new logic board ;-{

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オリジナル投稿者: Dan ,

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Peter there is a point you just can't fix things.

CPU sockets are just to dense (pin wise) to de-solder or re-solder a replacement socket down without encountering a damaged via or solder pad so the replacement still won't work.

Sorry It's time for a new logic board ;-{

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