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Can't Get Case Off

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Just got the T180 with the AMD 4400. Bought smoe more RAM and a vidro card, but can't get the case off. I've removed the rear screws and thumbscrews, but can't get the case to slide. an you help?

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Hello i also own this computer one takeing out the scres you will see a black think on the back just push it down and it unlocks the case : )

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Remove the 2 screws from the side panel, Try sliding a flat head screw driver behind the face plate cover on the side of the case and and gently pry it backward. That should allow it to free up and slide easily.

Posted on Dec 15, 2007

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