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Upgrading my old Dell

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#1 NumaTakeda


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Posted 30 July 2005 - 04:52 PM

Hello, I am wanting to use the same tower/HD/Floppy Drive/Power supply/CD-rom from my old dell P2.

I want to replace it with an Asus MB and Processor.

So far the only problem I have seen is that the Dell MB isn't connected to the tower via screws, but via some sort of wire clip thing.

I was wondering if there is any specific way to take these out and still put in my Asus MB? Any help is appreciated tons, thank you.

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#2 Wizdabest


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Posted 30 July 2005 - 10:26 PM

um, I believe dell has all of their parts a different size so you have to either buy stuff from them for a high price, or you can't do anything about it. At least thats how it is on my dell, which is why I'm just buying custom parts in thext month or two. I don't know about how to put components together so good luck with that.

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