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Mounting brackets for cd-rom drive

I need the mounting brackets for NEC Tower cd-rom drive slot. I have searched and can't find anywhere that sell them or has them. Can you help me.

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Re: mounting brackets for cd-rom drive

I can help you. I have a friend name nile he has a busines of this mail him he will help you.

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