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Dumbass #75 - Submitted on 02-03-2002 by Mammoth321
Anyone remember the IBM case that has a hydrolic sliding door (much like the Alienware case). A lady bought the IBM system and she takes it home call back the next day say the door is broken. I ask her did it fell off the case? She say no! Press the blue button and the door slide down, but when I press it again, it will not go back up.

A co-worker of mine at the computer store is working on an old NEC system (P233) and the case is built a little differently then the usual case, the power supply is on the bottom. His job was to put in a new CDROM, after taking apart the computer and put the CDROM in we fire it up and realize that he has put the CDROM upside down. He was looking a the power supply and use it as a guide.

- Mark
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