I'm trying to build my first computer with the help of a friend, and we have made it as far as mounting the hard drive with only minor setbacks, but now I'm stuck...I can't really figure out how to get it in.
I'm using http://www.pc-specs.com/case/LC_Power/LC_Power_PRO-916BII_Gridder/692, which is tool less. This is what we have so far:
http://imgur.com/iYElhV3 As best we can tell, the things the red things are on are part of it.
We've figured out that we can remove them and put them back in slightly shifted, but haven't figured out how that's useful.
What those things look like from the inside. They have pegs sticking out that look like they could fit into the hard drive, but don't actually line up with any of the screw holes. Also, that and the other side seem to be way too far apart to reliably hold the drive in place.
The front of the case. As you can see, we've figured out how to remove the black panels, but it doesn't seem that useful as there're metal panels just a bit inside. We also replaced one with a black panel with a slot on it that came with the case (you can see it in the picture) just for fun, but it doesn't really seem to accomplish anything.
Lastly, the drive itself. I don't actually know how relevant this is, but here it is for posterity.
Here's also a link to the product itself, which, come to think it, probably completely eliminates any potential need for the previous photo.
Any help is greatly appreciated, thanks in advance for taking the time to read all this and any thought given to our rather silly problem.