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Usually just two screws or thumb screws on the back edge. Then lay the tower on the big side. Push down into the case and back and it should slide out. This is most cases. Some will have latches or buttons.
small form factor desktop cases. With these you just push the buttons at the back on each side of the case and it lifts upthere's a button on each side of the case towards the back.. press in and pull open the case, it's easier to open one side at a time.
(it's a hinged case design, lifts at the back and hinges at the front.) hope this helps
I would test the memory. Also I think some computers will shut down if the fan on top of the CPU quits working. Or maybe one of the other fans or the Hard Drive quit and is drawing too much juice causing the PSU to shut down. It sounds like something may be grounding.