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Expansion bay on my tower will not open

The expansion bay on my HP 6750 tower will not open. I'm pretty sure it did when I first purchased it. Does anyone have any hints?

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the expansion drive will open if you can hang a fingernail or something thin in the top of the door and pull. It only takes a gentle pull.

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the expansion port is for a docking station. or a extender..

unlikely to turn the laptop into hdmi, well look into expansion docks and see what you find.

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Try to open the lid above the button with your nail,you'll see a metal plating covering the inside of it.The expansion bay is to add another drive, like a Cd/Dvd drive. Just don't worry about it too much,when you ad the new drive,you can take the plating off.Whoever adds the drive will open it up,too

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It is crucial you establish a pathway for the air being moved inside your case to follow.
As an example, having all the fans blowing air from the outside of the case to the inside is not as efficient as having fans on the front of the case blowing cool air in while the fans located in the back of the case are sucking out hot air.
It is recommended the best practice is to position a case fan in the front bottom of your case (bringing in cold air) and at least one fan mounted midway up the rear of your case (expelling hot air).
If possible, use two fans in the back to expel the hot air as a lot of it is being introduced by the CPU cooling fan.

The mounting of case fans is done by using four course-thread screws usually provided with the fan.
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Having the expansion slot fan blowing directly into the video card's fan, which is trying to blow out air, will defeat both of the fans' purpose.
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Hello vonii94,

Welcome, and thank you for using FixYa!

To answer your questions, the sky is the limit! :)

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My expansion bay will not open.


Try to open the lid above the button with your nail,you'll see a metal plating covering the inside of it.The expansion bay is to add another drive, like a Cd/Dvd drive. Just don't worry about it too much,when you ad the new drive,you can take the plating off.Whoever adds the drive will open it up,too

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The blank screen is usually caused by a faulty connection.

If you are sure all of your cables and the expansion pack are installed correctly, try removing the pack and blowing on both the expansion bay and the expansion itself to knock any loose dust out.

If that doesn't help, check the expansion pack and then the the bay for damaged or bent pins. Check the game cart as well.

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I have a emachine w5243 tower the expansion drive won't open.push botton but still know


the expansion drive will open if you can hang a fingernail or something thin in the top of the door and pull. It only takes a gentle pull.

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