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So what do you have? That would be far more useful than telling us what you don't have...
A quick test would be to get a standard ATX (or as appropriate) form factor board and offer it up to see if the mounting holes and cut-outs for back panel connectors line up. If they do, you are in business.
As to what to put in, well that's a whole new can of worms...
Motherboards from proprietary makes like Dell, Gateway, or what ever are specially made and will only fit their own cases. This is done on purpose so that you have to buy motherboards from them. If you look at the back of the case there are always funny cut outs, or the boards are an odd length.
Buy the case and buy off the shelf motherboards like Asus.
it really depends on the compatabilty of the tower ... some towers can hold matx atx itx motherboards the way to find this out is to open the case and see if there are more ways than one to configure the motherboard stand offs most towers have a blue print of sorts etched into the metal next to the holes and it will say matx or atx or itx some are lettered like atx a-9 next to the hole or you can make a template by marking the holes from the mother board to a piece of paper and put the paper in the tower to see where the holes line up hope this helps
Well Advent is PC Worlds own brand. Personally I would forget about it and just move the drive forward in the case so it is flush with the front of the case. The Tech guys would probably just say it is not available just to get rid of you.
Most desktop computer cases have a range of standard mount holes, standard offs. I suggest you select a motherboard that suits your requirements. To be sure that the motherboard will fit your case, take the motherboard mount base with you to the computer shop and place the motherboard of your choice on the base to see if the mounting holes line up. You may need to upgrade the switch mode power supply to a higher power unit if the total power requirements is near the maximum the existing unit can deliver.
Lots of places on the 'net promote themselves as having replacement parts, but it would seem your search should start with: http://www.adventspares.co.uk/
Prices aren't too bad, and depending on your location shipping time is minimal.
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On almost all CD-Roms and DVD-ROMS there is a very, very small pin-hole on the disk drive door located, usually in the middle lower third of the door... but not always. When you find it you will need to do the following:
Take a medium or large sized paper clip and straighten it out so at least two of the clips sections are straight.
Put the straightened wire into the hole and push it gently straight into the hole until you feel some resistance. This is the release mechanism for the drive door and track lock.
You then push firmly and steadily into the release tab until the door and track pop out. It only will pop out about a half an inch or a little less, but it isn't locked any more.
Now you can use your fingers and pull the tray the rest of the way out to retrieve you media
I hope this will resolve your problem, Good Luck