Question about Port Incorporated ATX-7765U Mini-Server Midtower Case (Beige) w/350W Power&Front USB Port

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I am needing assistance install 5.25" drives int he external bays due to the slide rail system. Can you please provide instruction or documentation explaining how to?

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  • crash_the_gr Jun 28, 2009

    ATX-7765U Mini-Server Midtower Case (Beige)

  • crash_the_gr Jun 28, 2009

    I did receive them, however do the slide in from the back of the cage/inside the case or from the front of the cage/outside the case?

    When I try to slide them in, they seem to catch either way and won't slide in and I am not wanting to break anything, and they will not even fit from outside of the case in witht he front panel on, does this need to be removed?

  • crash_the_gr Jun 28, 2009

    I have a cell phone camera, I will send what I can with it. Are there instructions to remove the front of the case? I can get both side panels off, but cannot find how to take the front panel off.

  • crash_the_gr Jun 28, 2009

    I think I got it, it took some fiddling with on my end, but I found the clips hidden in the case. If not I will send you the photos for further help

  • crash_the_gr Jun 28, 2009

    It did work, I had to remove the front panel, and it was well hidden on how to do so.

    Thanks for your help.

  • crash_the_gr Jun 28, 2009

    Very helpful



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please post the brand and model of the machine and all other detail you have about it / found from it.

Then I will be able to sort it out, Thank you.

Posted on Jun 28, 2009

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  • Ekse Jun 28, 2009

    Thanks, looking into it.

  • Ekse Jun 28, 2009

    I see - its a slide rail system. with the product you should have received rails that you can easily attach to the 5.25" drives, which will hold the drives in place on the slots, meant for easy installation and removal without screws.

    Put the rails on the drives, and slide them in, they snap into place, seen these before. Did you receive anything with the case?

  • Ekse Jun 28, 2009

    Generally you slide them in from the front of the case, make sure they are set right way, the pushable / moving parts on the outside and the flat -- Straight end going inside. leaving the moving / movable kind of release lever outside the case or on the front.

    Wish I had a picture for you - Seems like the front panel will need to come off.

  • Ekse Jun 28, 2009

    do you have a digital camera? can you email me a pictures from the case the rails inside the case and from the ones that attaches to the drives?

    email is

  • Ekse Jun 28, 2009

    generally few clips or screws holding the font panel in place from inside.

    Please email me from now on and I will respond as soon as possible when I'm available again. (I'm on different timezone....)

  • Ekse Jun 28, 2009


  • Ekse Jun 28, 2009

    your welcome, please accept the soluion.



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