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-I did the same thing. The graphics card died 4 years to the date. I pulled the screen and decided not to get a new card (cost at the time). I removed the drivers so at least I got some graphics so I could use it render video not watch it. I never secured the screen back to the frame. A years passed and I reached under the mac and bumped it tipping it forward and fell out ripping to cables. I had the pins exposed and at angles. I used 3 very strong lights and magnification to slip the connector back on the pins. I then used a hot glue gun to secure the connector to the pins. Ordered the other cable and a new graphics card. Replaced the 1TB HD with a 500GB SSD and I gave new life to my late 2009 iMac i7. This photo is from this morning. I missed the SD slot and inserted the SD card into the cdrom. Had to take apart to retrieve.
+I did the same thing! The graphics card died 4 years to the date.
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+I pulled the screen and decided not to get a new card (cost at the time). I removed the drivers so at least I got some graphics so I could use it render video not watch it.
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+I never secured the screen back to the frame. A years passed and I reached under the mac and bumped it tipping it forward and fell out ripping to cables.
+
+I had the pins exposed and at angles. I used 3 very strong lights and magnification to slip the connector back on the pins. I then used a hot glue gun to secure the connector to the pins. Ordered the other cable and a new graphics card.
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+Replaced the 1TB HD with a 500GB SSD and I gave new life to my late 2009 iMac i7.
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+This photo is from this morning. I missed the SD slot and inserted the SD card into the optical drive I had to take apart to retrieve.
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+[image|1806395]
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原帖由: wpsturgeon ,

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I did the same thing. The graphics card died 4 years to the date. I pulled the screen and decided not to get a new card (cost at the time). I removed the drivers so at least I got some graphics so I could use it render video not watch it. I never secured the screen back to the frame. A years passed and I reached under  the mac and bumped it tipping it forward and fell out ripping to cables. I had the pins exposed and at angles. I used 3 very strong lights and magnification to slip the connector back on the pins. I then used a hot glue gun  to secure the connector to the pins. Ordered the other cable and a new graphics card. Replaced the 1TB HD with a 500GB SSD and I gave new life to my late 2009 iMac i7. This photo is from this morning. I missed the SD slot and inserted the SD card into the cdrom. Had to take apart to retrieve.

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