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Table Of Contents  How to Build Your Own PC - Save A Buck And Learn A Lot
 9  Chapter 5: Installing Drives
      9  Installing the Floppy Drive

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Installing the Floppy Drive in the Drive Cage

Now, insert the floppy drive in its cage in the proper orientation (so you can put a disk in it from the front) and secure the drive by tightening the four screws (Figure 75 and Figure 76).


Figure 75: Insert the floppy drive into the 3.5” cage

The bay the drive must occupy is determined by the position of the floppy hole in the front of the bezel (See Figure 50).

 



Figure 76: Screwing the floppy drive into the 3.5” drive cage

 



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