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Getting into the pc

I am having problems getting the case off the harddrive to put more ram into it... can anyone suggest of how they got theres off to get the the ram case?

Cheers, Mike

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If you mean how to get the side panel off the case, there is a little black lever on the backside of the case. Simply pull down on the lever, and you should then be able to slide the side panel off (slides toward the back).

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