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Imedia 1306 Hi I have tried, but cannot see where to take the casing off the imedia 1306 to install a fast ethernet pci adapter. Could you help please?

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Please see the link below. These should be the disassembly directions for the Packard Bell Imedia 1306.

http://support.packardbell.co.uk/uk/item/index.php?i=instr_chassis_veloce&ppn=PB13310501

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