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how do you go about opening the pcmci to 4usb adapter
at least the black plastic front box(made up of top with 4openings and
bottom-floor)without breaking it -the central connector got desoldered
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how do you go about opening the pcmci to 4usb adapter
at least the black plastic front box(made up of top with 4openings and
bottom-floor)without breaking it -the central connector got desoldered

try cutting it open with a dremel tool?


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KORISNIK wrote:
how do you go about opening the pcmci to 4usb adapter
at least the black plastic front box(made up of top with 4openings and
bottom-floor)without breaking it -the central connector got desoldered
http://www.google.ru/imgres?q=pcmcia...hnqGSBA&zoom=1


Usually the metal cover shell is held in place by tiny flaps, I would
gently pry on the sides of that shell to see if you can find how it is
secured. It might be the shell is secured under the plastic film
label(s) - if you press on the label(s) and you fell any indents then I
would carefully peel it back using cold spray to release the adhesive.

Try not to bend it!

John :-#)#

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