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hi everyone, i don't know if this topic belongs here or not, but I have a questions. Right now, im using a Apsire X-infinity tower case, and my friend is giving me a free brand new Aspire X-navigator. And what i wanna do is move everything from my X-infinity to the X-navigator. The two reasons i wanna do this, is because 1. im getting it for free, 2. The X-navigator has a 500 watt power supply, and the X-infinity has a 350 watt power supply. My only questions/problem is, is that will it be safe? if i move everything from 1 tower to another, ill still have everything in my harddrive right? i mean its the same stuff, except different tower, im planning to add a new video card in there too. If im moving a whole entire interior to a different exterior, there won't be problems right? just a lot of Power supply attachment? Is it safe to do this? has anyone ever done this before? what are the things i should be extra careful about?<br><br>
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no, as in, its safe to do this, and im good to go?
 

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No, you are good to go. Just be <i>very careful</i> when moving stuff. Watch out for static.
 

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lol he's just joking... <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="/images/smilies/biggrin.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="Big Grin"><br><br><br>
yes this can be done without a problem... alot of people do this, but if i we're you i would get some guy who knows how to do so, so you can learn it from him <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="/images/smilies/wink.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="Wink">
 

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<div style="text-align:center;"><span style="font-family:Arial;">Yes, it can be quite complex for someone who doesn’t know how to do it already. For example, when I was installing my heatsink for my processor, I didn’t realize how much force was required. I accidentally slipped and scratched my motherboard with the screwdriver at full strength. Byebye motherboard….</span></div>
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<span style="font-family:Arial;">So I recommend having someone who has experience guide you through it. Make sure you don’t have any static on you when starting and during. Begin with and periodically ground yourself to avoid screwing anything up.</span>
 
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