Question Pcie might be broken

Eximo

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That is normal. It prevents the slot from being powered until that pin makes a connection.

The intention is for hot swapping, but that isn't really supported on consumer boards. But it is part of the standard.
 

Eximo

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Long as it is still connected. It hasn't lifted from the board. The pins are really in the slot, and they are spring loaded so they will either have made that groove, or will slide into. Might be worth looking in the slot for debris that could have gotten between the pad and the pin, that could have caused the groove as well.

As long as it works. There isn't a whole lot of power flowing through each pin. Could be a ground or
 
Oct 18, 2022
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Long as it is still connected. It hasn't lifted from the board. The pins are really in the slot, and they are spring loaded so they will either have made that groove, or will slide into. Might be worth looking in the slot for debris that could have gotten between the pad and the pin, that could have caused the groove as well.

As long as it works. There isn't a whole lot of power flowing through each pin. Could be a ground or

Man I've had so much problems with this card like when I put the pc to sleep it doesn't want to resume or taking the card in out makes the network drivers stop working
 

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