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Magzzz__
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Broken motherboard?

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Omen 25L
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I just wanted to clean my pc so i take my gpu/video card 

out and the pcie slot came out with it now i dont know what to do I have the omen 875-0014

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@Magzzz__ , welcome to the forum.

 

Unfortunately, there is not much that you can do yourself.  This is not a DYI project.  You will have to take it to a reputable computer shop or HP repair center to be repaired; if it can be repaired.  I am not actually certain that it will be possible.



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@Magzzz__ , welcome to the forum.

 

Unfortunately, there is not much that you can do yourself.  This is not a DYI project.  You will have to take it to a reputable computer shop or HP repair center to be repaired; if it can be repaired.  I am not actually certain that it will be possible.



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This has happen to me in the past, see if none of the pins on the slot are bent, carefully place the plastic over it and fit it, but be very careful not to bend them when you are placing the plastic bracket on the top. 

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