today my computer shut down itself I looked inside to see what happened and it tuns out the little clip that holds the psu to the motherboard is not long enough to go over the lip and lock in to place.
I pushed it in to see if i could get it to lock in but it cant get over the lip.
I would push harder, but that's with my own hands on the parts in complete control of how much pressure I'm applying.
Simply typing the words "push harder" is a recipe for disaster.If you have a store that sells computers nearby, you might be able to get a tech to apply as much pressure as his experienced hands think are acceptable.
Otherwise, you are just risking cracking your MB.
The other option is to pic out a nice MB upgrade on line. Prepare yourself for the purchase of that pretty new board....
....Then push the @#$% out of that connector.
It will either work, or it will be time for a motherboard upgrade.
I'm not trying to be sarcastic. There's just no way to judge how much pressure is too much over the internet.
Looking at both connectors, my best guess is that the amount of pressure you are applying now is not enough. Maybe try working one side then the other, back and forth, little by little.
Warning: It is possible to break your motherboard with too much pressure.