Here is the story: My friend wanted to move his prebuilt computer to a new case because the new 1060 he got didn't fit. So I moved everything smoothly and it all worked but the CPU cooler didn't fit because the cooler used standoffs to mount it on so I had him order a new one. When it came he used the instructions and her installed it himself but the computer did not boot when he turned it on. So he brought it to my house and I took the mobo out and put it back in, unmounted and remounted the cooler, and turned it on and it didn't post. So I tried to fix the cables connected to the wires and troubleshoot the PSU, GPU, and RAM. Everything worked but when I tried to boot it again the computer would have a second of power then go off.
THE PROBLEM: So I found out the CPU or mobo was to the problem so I took off the cooler and CPU and found some bent pins. I don't know what to do because this is an OEM mini ITX motherboard from Lenovo (The prebuilt was the y720 cube by Lenovo with an i3-7100 and 1050ti) and we don't have money to replace the board. Also, I feel like I will bend the pins so much they will fall off so what do I do?? I have some pictures ( I have an old socket cover on there to keep it as protected as possible)