Comp Case Needs Help Despritly

  • 3l1t34wP3r
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aight im trying to put take apart my comp and put it in a dif case (custom idea and everything long story) ne ways i need to know how to take my comp apart and put it succesfully in the other case I NEED HELP
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//Moved

Please post in the appropriate forum.
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Can you give us *some* idea of the hardware you need to move, and the cases you are moving it from/to ?

Just as a general rule, cases are pretty much the same internally, with a few exceptions. Unless you are totally inept with things mechanical, it really shouldn't be a problem.
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3l1t34wP3r wrote:
aight im trying to put take apart my comp and put it in a dif case (custom idea and everything long story) ne ways i need to know how to take my comp apart and put it succesfully in the other case I NEED HELP


Can you be a little bit more vague please? Thanks.
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1) Pick up screw driver
2) Unscrew three screws from back of case. The screws will be directly attaching your shell to the frame of the case.
3)Remove shell from frame
4)Remove all components remembering exactly how they were wired up.
5)Repeat steps 1-3 for second case
6)Place all components exactly as they were wired up in first case, into second cas.
7)Repeat the inverse of 1-3 to close second case up.

Warning: I am not liable for any ignorant disregard for hardware, or the mental incapacity of clients who follows my directions. If you think you need help, don't try doing anything, unless you are willing the take the risk that something might not work properly.

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