Discussion in 'Trivia' started by a13antichrist, Feb 4, 2005.
If it's a screw, perhaps a flat blade screwdriver?
Shows what I know bout motherboards.....
I suppose if you could get the board into a stable and secure position to use a dremel tool, you could use that at a low speed to hollow out the screw so you could then push it out.
I thought that he was being really really tricky.
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Here's a random picture of a store near Vernal, Utah:
Hug-A-Pig ? Damn...I don't know what to say?
People around there love their pigs? In a biblical sense?
I've heard of 'screwing the pooch', but fucking the pig?
I told ya you shoulda changed her av to
"" *look at me ,look at me ,but nooooooooo...
Daily Get Fuzzy?
nope, the sad thing is: you all can't help but do that bit for me
Can't you just use a flathead screwdriver?
if that isn't glue underneath, yes. A flat works just as well in a star most of the time.
*says the one who uses a butterknife as a screwdriver*
I've used a dime and a pair of pliers. You use what you can to get it to work.
*has used a cable box as a light switch before*
I've had to improvise all the time. For a screwdriver, I've used several things, a dime, butter knife, razor blade (as long as it doesn't break), nail clippers, scissors, spoons, and I'm sure there's more. I need new tools, or at least keep them where I can find them.
Ain't that the truth. Nowadays I have some fabrication tools so I can usually make what I don't have.
Turns out the board just pops off over the top of them.
Took you 9 months to get it off? Dayum!
Welcome back A13! Long time no see!
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