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ronold

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i've got a dell 2400,can't get case,screws on the back look like rivets :tazz:
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Jack123

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Dell Covers
10th Nov-2005

Open [Cover] at your own risk – Here is a Link for Dell Computers –

Index -
http://www.tsl.uu.se...vice/remove.htm
Click on [Computer Cases]

TS Manual
http://www.tsl.uu.se...rvice/index.htm

WORD of CAUTION –

Just remember Dell is a [Proprietary Manufacturer] – which means they DO NOT follow most PC Standards & Configurations – They use their own [Standards] & [Configurations] – This means that many of the [Dell Components] are not [Directly Replaceable] with [Standard off the shelf] Components – This includes [Wiring Harness] & [Connectors] –

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Edited by Jack123, 10 November 2005 - 10:57 AM.

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Smokey

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I used to have a 2400. There is a latch on the side that will open 'er right up. No tools necessary. :tazz:
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