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Originally Posted by Paraleyes View Post

I don't press the button. What I did for a work-around was to drag and drop a link to that drive onto my Quick Launch area. Then I just right click on the link and select "Eject" in the drop down menu. I wasn't too excited about having to do it this way, but it's actually more convenient now that I'm used to it than reaching down to press the actual button. Check out the pic I attached.

Feel free to PM me with any other questions. I'd be glad to help.
Ok I want to see the eject button modded to some where on the case. It would just be a shame not to!!!!
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post #3092 of 23525
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Originally Posted by b-roca View Post
ok I see you just cut it down so it was all level and you glue it onto the front of the tray I have a couple of questions

what did you cut it with?
what did you use to attach it to the tray?
how do you press the button now?

sorry for asking so many questions but I want to make sure I get it right
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Originally Posted by ounderfla69 View Post
Ok I want to see the eject button modded to some where on the case. It would just be a shame not to!!!!
It would be easy to add a piece of plastic behind the face plate so that I could just push in on the bottom of the drive bay blank allowing the button to click in, but I really don't care. I am so used to navigating my quick launch area that it's actually more convenient that way. Do yours with a button. -And post pictures.
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dang, thought i posted mine up here

add me plz
I have that same DVD drive on my e-machine i got back in 2005 lol
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Hmm, since I don't have my work log up, I'll just throw the idea out here. On the side panel of the 932, and I think the 922, it says HAF. I was just thinking about painting over that with NHB. I think that would be the perfect end to the case. Only problem is that I'm running low on paint and am out of primer. Ideas on how to get it to look awesome. I'm also thinking about spraying that on one of the empty drive covers.
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Just get more paint. I can't believe how much I've gone through?? I just got another can of black satin today.
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oh hai please add me to the list of haf932 owners proud owner of one here really huge case going to get my powercoat soon dosnt look complete without the black insides :< soz for the blurness hp camerazxz


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hi there, im another proud owner of the haf932, a little bit modded but not much yet





greetz


and btw: you can add me to the great list <3
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I still cannot get over how big the Monsta RAD's are. Great Build
thank you im really happy the way it came out.
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My 90% completed HAF

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post #3099 of 23525
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My 90% completed HAF

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very nice system there bud. lovin the red, though imo i feel that the front grills should have been stock black. regardles though nice and bright system i want to post up my haf pics as well. but i got a HAF Ass quarter inch liquid cooling which isnt much now a day
    
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Awesome looking HAF man. Very clean looking. Still wondering if blue would show up well on the front black grills. Would want to paint my name onto that. Just noticed, you should mod out those blue LED's with red ones to complete the look.
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