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Old 01-29-2006, 11:52 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default problem mating my sonata psu cable with gigabyte 81875 power


I mated my antec sonata case with my gigabyte 81875 ultra mobo. the problem was connecting the psu from the sonata to the mobo's power connector.

the connector did not fit, and i had to slant it in and with the use of a screw driver, push the electrical pins from the psu's connector in one by one.

it worked, but now i am afraid of removing the connector from the mobo since it was a pain, rather a mission and half to mate the electrical connections.

can you guys tell me why this happened, has it happened to some one before, what is the solution. can i remove the connecor and then fit it again with no problem next time?
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