My stock fan attached to my heatsink has come loose and no longer spins. I have tried to get the fan cover off, but the phillip's head screws are smaller than even eyeglass screws, so I can't get them off. The heatsink/fan is clip on through the board, so what is the best way to remove it?
I have recently purchased a new heatsink/fan combo, the Iceberq 4 Pro VGA Cooling Kit. It states its made for the GeForce 4 family, so compatibility shouldn't be a problem. I found a website (http://www.thetechlounge.com/review.php?REVIEWDIR=iceberq4
)that has a review of the Iceberq, and a crude walkthrough of replacing the heatsink/fan, but it doesn't go into detail on how to remove the plastic clips/bolts off of the 4200 (very close in design to the 4400) that hold down the heatsink/fan.
If any of you guys know a website with a walkthrough of removing a heatsink/fan from a vid card (specifically the Geforce 4 family), I will worship you has one of the great deities of the Video Card Domain.
P.S. If anyone would also know where to find extremely small toolset of screw drivers and more, that would be apprieciated.