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I lost a couple of the plastic Hard Drive slides

The hard drive has plastic slides with metal pins. Lost them. Can I get a set somewhere??

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Is it possible to just use scews? If not find cooler master tech supportand try to find out if you can find replacement parts.

II had a zalman gpu cooler that I lost a couple of springs and scews to ad I was able to call tech support and they sent me to a websie to buy replacement oem parts since it wasnt under warrany. This may help I am not sure.

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