I've built perhaps a dozen systems over the years, but it has been a while.
I just put a system together, went to install the overlay that covers the motherboard rear outputs, and found I could not get it to fit.
It appears that it might require installation from the "inside" (i.e., sliding the motherboard back, and placing the overlay in).
As I said, it's been a while, but I don't recall ever having to install sucn an overlay on the inside.
Can that be right?
A further problem.
Apparently, a problem occured when I screwed my mother.
That is to say, my motherboard.
When I went to unscrew the motherboard, in order to slide it, I found I was unable to remove one of the screws.
I think it is the same size as the other screws (not missized). However, I'll try to confirm that.
Any experieces with that? I don't think I can acces the standoff, even with needlenose pliers (in the event that it is spinning with the screw), but I'll look into it.