So I went to replace that terrible wireless card with an intel one and ended up stripping one of the mounting screws real bad. I know, I'm an idiot for allowing that to happen but whats done is done and I need advice on what to do. One of them came out no problem but the other one would not budge. I tried a few things like krazy glue on a screwdriver head, using different sized flat heads, putting masking tape over the screwdriver head, everything just made it worse. So I figure my last option is to drill the screw out. First, I already realize that the screw and the original wireless card are ruined, however I won't need the original card and only one screw should mount in the new one just fine as the one now wont budge with the one screw stuck in it. The thing I'm afraid of is the drill getting out of hand and landing on the motherboard or something like that while I'm trying to drill the screw. Is this a reasonable thing to do for a stripped screw in a computer? I was going to go to lowes and get one of those drill bits that are meant to extract screws, but I honestly don't even know if they make ones small enough for this. Is it possible to get this damn screw out without damaging anything at this point? (besides the wireless card and the screw itself of course) Any advice is much appreciated.