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Table Of Contents  How to Build Your Own PC - Save A Buck And Learn A Lot
 9  Chapter 4: Installing The Mainboard In The Case

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Removing the Side Panel

Next, we remove the side panel. It’s held in place with a single screw, which we remove as shown in Figure 53. Then the side panel is easily removed (Figure 54).


Figure 53: Removing the side panel of the case

It’s held in by a single screw. You generally remove the side oppose the I/O shield which we discuss next. Pull the side slightly forward to remove it. Your case may disassemble differently.

 



Figure 54: Removing the side panel

After sliding the panel forward a bit, it will disengage.

 



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