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P182 CdRom

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  1. lazylilsnoop

    lazylilsnoop Thread Starter

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    i've just bought an Antec P182 case
    manage to install everything, but the way the cd roo is installed seems to be weird.

    installing the cd-rom doesn't require any screw, which then makes it tilt a bit downwards later. plus if the eject button was to press with a bit more hard, the whole cd-rom will b pushed inwards. any idea on how to stop it from moving around?

    sorry for the bad english =)
     
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    I have a p180 case and the optical drives use the same method of mounting your case does. The drives mount on rails or spring clips. You then slide the clip into the drive bay. It makes a very stable mounting system with no problems.
     
  3. lazylilsnoop

    lazylilsnoop Thread Starter

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    so do i screw the rails to the cd-rom, n then slide it in?
     
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    Yes. Make sure you install the rail in the correct position so as to have the drive fit flush with the case.
     
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