After re-assembling my Japanese VA0 Dreamcast I accidentally screwed the GD rom drive to the metal shield using one of the long screws instead of the short screws. Got the GD rom and controller port screws mixed up. I didn't notice I had done anything wrong until I tried to boot it up and was getting no video after getting video just minutes before. After researching, I learned about how the long screws can damage the main board if screwed through the GD rom area which is why I am now aware of what happened.
Now I know my mainboard is now in need of repair, the question is, out of the two danger screw holes on the GD rom unit, did I pick the lesser of the two evils to screw the long screw into? I put it in the back left corner of the GD rom, the front left corner I put the correct default short screw in.
I took pictures of the damage on the mainboard, its right above the metal capacitor and to the right of and a a bit down from where R621 is written, you an see a metal ring where the screw etched into the board. What exactly did I hit here and how would I go about fixing it? This Dreamcast is pretty important to me as I looked for a VA0 for quite some time, so buying a random new Dreamcast isn't what I had in mind.044.jpg045.jpg044.jpg045.jpg
Thanks in advance.