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post #1991 of 4826
heatgun works a treat, you can also get a plastic scraper, (it's about as hard as credit card) and get it under the edge and pry, goo gone/heat work a treat as well just dont use them at the same time thumb.gif
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post #1992 of 4826
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So javaneze, enough pictures? biggrin.gif
lol good enough! wish you had more with the snow outside biggrin.gif

nice work btw, looking good thumb.gif
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KABOOM!
I'm a little skeptical about the white sleeving, but overall very clean and nice. good work kid thumb.gif
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post #1993 of 4826
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lol good enough! wish you had more with the snow outside biggrin.gif
nice work btw, looking good thumb.gif
I'm a little skeptical about the white sleeving, but overall very clean and nice. good work kid thumb.gif

Thanks:) only 14 lol smile.gif i think i did good
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Thanks:) only 14 lol smile.gif i think i did good

for 14 you did great bud, keep it up and you can come to any of us for technical help.
Like you, I've been building computers before I could drive.
Always nice to have that technical knowledge, problem is your family will hound you to fix anything that boots up with a windows logo on it thumb.gif
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Always nice to have that technical knowledge, problem is your family will hound you to fix anything that boots up with a windows logo on it thumb.gif

This. Take it from a 28 year old who's been building them since he was 12. Never let your family know you can fix their computers. If you do, charge. The moment you start doing stuff for free and word spreads you'll have a second full time job that pays nothing. It does however, provide you with a lot of experience in tackling the weirdest of issues. So there's that. Just have to figure out if it's worth the headaches wink.gif These days I tend to just install logmein on everyone's computer and if they ask me how to fix something I tell them to step away from the computer and come back when I'm done!
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post #1996 of 4826
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Always nice to have that technical knowledge, problem is your family will hound you to fix anything that boots up with a windows logo on it thumb.gif

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oh yea, definitively get the cash flow starting or else it is all down hill. An I always use teamviewer on everyone's PC myself lol.
post #1997 of 4826
I limit free services to family or close friends, all the rest will have to pay though. But yeah, I'm the tech support at home as well. biggrin.gif
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I would post some new pics but my side panel glass is nasty and wont clean with a micro fiber cloth sad-smiley-002.gif I need a link for a replacement please. Also does anyone notice that at a certain angle the side panel becomes blurry or smokie? headscratch.gif
post #1999 of 4826
so once the hdd cage fills up then what? you can't somehow put them where the optical drives go can you?
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post #2000 of 4826
Buy another cage from Corsair. The case will accommodate 3 cages.
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