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Old 03-26-2007, 08:09 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default antec900 case - floppy drive doesnt fit

hi all, im having problems installing the floppy drive in my new build.
the case i have is an antec900 ultimate gamer, and it has it's tray and specially cut front pannel for the floppy drive.
the problem is, when i place the drive in the tray, and put the front pannel on like in the picture in the case manual, the screw holes do not line up with the tray.
i wondered if anyone else uses this case and had a problem but knows how to deal with it?

thnx for reading, any help greatly appreciated
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floppy drives are now useless except for RAID
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floppy drives are now useless except for RAID
So?....
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Old 03-26-2007, 11:19 AM   #4 (permalink)
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Default Re: antec900 case - floppy drive doesnt fit

Hello,

Do you have any pictures? Would make it easier...
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Default Re: antec900 case - floppy drive doesnt fit

get a new floppy drive, the one you have just doesnt fit. Or, mod it yourself to make it fit by using cable ties. You can make a harness/hammock type holder for it in the 3.50 drive bay using cable ties.
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