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Typically desktop PCs have 4 to 6 phillips case screws that fasten the outer metal skin to the back of the case chassis. These can be found by looking at the back of the PC and following the skin edge until you find each screw. The screws are typically near the corners and halfway between top and bottom. Once removed, the outer skin will slide back and then lift up. In tower PCs, only the left side (facing the PC) has to come off requiring only two or three screws to be removed. Panel will then slide back and fall away. Reconnecting case or panel may require aligning rails or hooks and sliding towards front. Reapply screws.
Posted on Oct 04, 2009
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