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For the 300S, there should be three screws on the back, one for the add-in card retainer, one for the power supply, and one for the release mechanism, sort of in the middle. Undo this screw. This allows you to push the release tab on the front, which is up and to the left of the usb ports. While keeping the release mechanism engaged, the left side panel will swing away from the case, hinging in the rear of the case. Viola, finally got into this old pos!
Posted on Mar 27, 2009
It is pretty easy. Once you depress the tabs on the side of the case, gently push on the drive bays (toward the back of the case) and it should all just slide out the back.
The front face plates can be removed gently too. On the start button end, the grey piece needs to be pushed toward the USB port end. Once it has been unsprung, as it were, it should pop off. The plate below it can be removed by placing a key (works best) into one of the two wide slots to slightly depress the tabs. It then rotates off, as the tabs on the other side act like hinges.
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Posted on Dec 10, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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