|23 Dec 2010||#1|
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striped a screw
okay, so one my older laptop I needed to open it up (commpleatly) to replace the thermal paste and clean out the dust. The bad thing is that the fan, heatsink, and heatpipe are not under a removable panel. Thus evrything needs to come out: keyboard, fromt panel, dvd drive, etc.
So when I got to the last scre it striped. Unfortunatly I had to re-peice it together, but how han I get the screw out?
Note: its a case screw.
I thought about aplying "crazy glue" to the crew and the screwdriver and leting it set and try to unscrew that way, but wanted to ask around before I atemped anything.
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