Question about HP PAVILION SLIMLINE S7520N AMD Turion 64, 1.86 GHz, 1024MB, 200GB, DVD-RW/CDRW Combo Drive, Slimlin... (EX259AA#ABA) PC Desktop
A cd went into my computer and then dropped down... I cannot figure out how to open the pc to get it out... the model is S7520N... please give me a clue how it opens
Could i get that manula you found darth?
Posted on Aug 07, 2008
The screws on some computer cases are believe it or not behind it's front plastic cover. In addition should it be a Dell it could have buttons on the sides, top & bottom, or a lever AND screw on the rear of it's left side. Carefully inspect your case. If there are no visible screws, buttons, or a lever on it's back then your case most likely has it's screws behind the front cover (I will continue to research this and re-post once I find your model's exact instructions.). If this is the case, feel the bottom of the front cover for a recessed area in which you should find a latch of some kind. If no latch, carefully (so as not to break) pull at the corners of your case's front cover. Most "pop" off easily though some may be a bit stubborn. Once your front cover is removed you should be able to identify how to remove either the left panel, or the computer itself may just slide forward out of the case. Hope it helps.
Posted on Jul 08, 2008
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