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    ROG Guru: Yellow Belt Array Cory29 PC Specs
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    Dose anyone else have this defect on there m.2 shield

    Dose anyone else have this defect on there m.2 shield
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    No, but because ASUS inanely put locktight on the screw threads, I stripped the heads even being very careful and using jewelers screwdriver set. I finally got them out, but my shield is removed because I need to find new screws.

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    ROG Guru: Yellow Belt Array Cory29 PC Specs
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    I hate it when that happens

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    happen to me too on the first, but i was luckier than you, i too the board on my lap and was able to put more strenght to unscrew all of them without damaging the others, and the first one still is ok so it put it back, but yea i feel you.

    it a ****ty idea to use screw so small screwed by a robot at maximum strenght on a piece of gear you (human) is suppose to remove

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