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  1. jbz48

    jbz48 Thread Starter

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    hi,

    I bought a pre-built pc a couple of years back and I want to transfer the dvd/cd writer to another pc. the problem is that would leave a hole in the case, I thought this could easily be solved by just buying a drive bay cover but I cant seem to find the company that made the case.

    my questions are:
    "do I need to buy the drive bay covers from the specific case manufactor or can I order one online?"
    "if so then what company has this logo?"

    best reggards

    Peter,

    p.s.
    I've attached a picture of the front of my pc and was hoping you guys might be able to help me find the company that made it
     

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  2. Oddba11

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    A new SATA CD/DVD drive is $30 or less, shipped from newegg or Amazon. It wouldn't surprise me if you have to pay over half that for a drive cover, assuming you can find the supplier. New would be the preferred choice, who knows how much longer a drive will last that is already several years old anyway.
     
  3. Triple6

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    Kinda looks like a CoolerMaster case, at least the grill part, maybe the logo is just from the company who assembled it.
     
  4. jbz48

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    Allright, thanks it does seem quite excesive to pay more than 30 bucks for a piece of metal.
     
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