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whiterthan?

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Hi there

Can anyone tell me what a microprocessor extracter looks like ?
And where i might get one from?

Thanks in advance.
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What kind of processors are you dealing with? That might make a big difference.
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Hi Tyger

Its on a dell laptop and on a workshop manual it says to use a microprocesser extracter on dismantling instructions.

I presumed it was for the CPU..

Cheers
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