This clip was tricky because there is a SMT component just above the BIOS
chip. The clip edge must fit between the component and the BIOS. I had
to fit that side in first before pressing down the other side. Luckily,
the BIOS clip is tolerant enough to handle my uneven installation method.
A note about the flex connectors. The white side is the wire side, and
the dark side is the insulation side. The dark side can also be pulled
outward toward the cable to allow zero insertion force (ZIF) cable
Then push the cable in, push the dark part back in, and the cable is
installed. This is only for the EZI components. The PS/2 does not use
ZIF type connectors.