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MOTHER BOARD NOT FITTING

I have got a motherboard and a casing

the problem is that my mother board is not fitting in the casing its edge which touches the CD ROM by about 2 inches

i can not buy another casing nor a mother board

please help

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Well i had the same problem... i got a new pentium 4 board but it could not get fitted in the casing.... so what do you do is take the casing to a welder.... he will cut off a piece of metal which is resisting the mother board... The maximum loss is that 2 slots of CD ROMS will become obsolete and i think you dont need that....so have fun

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