Casper II A102 Micro ATX Case Assembly Instructions
Contributed by Chris Webb
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1. To avoid ESD (electro-static discharge) always touch the frame of the case before making contact with any components. Use of a grounding wrist strap is suggested.
2. Always disconnect the power cord from the power supply before opening case and working with components.
Open the Case:
Lay the case flat on its side with the CD bay at the top. Remove the three rear panel screws. Pull the cover back and then up to remove. Remove any loose accessories.
Remove front panel:
Remove the front bezel by pulling at the corners.
Remove drive bay plates:
Pry open the RF shielding plates until they break free from its position.
Remove floppy/hard drive cage: Remove the screws then firmly pull back and up to remove cage.
Install floppy drive and hard drive:
Insert floppy drive into cage and line it up with the front bezel's depth. Attach the floppy drive with four screws. Insert hard drive and attach with four screws.
Install motherboard: Remove CD bracket. Screw standoffs into pre-drilled holes in case according to the holes on your motherboard. Remove unused standoffs.
Insert proper I/O plate on back of case. Place motherboard in case and secure with screws to the risers. Install processor and ram according to appropriate specifications.
Place floppy/hard drive cage back into case making sure it locks into place. Attach power and IDE cables to floppy drive, hard drive, and motherboard.
Attach power, reset, speaker, and LED connectors to appropriate pins on your motherboard.
Attach CD drive to bracket and line it up with front bezel's depth and secure to case. Attach power, IDE, and digital audio connectors to drive and motherboard.
Insert expansion cards and secure to frame with screw.
remove USB RF plate and cover from the case and front bezel. Attach USB device with accompanying screws. Connect cables to appropriate pins according to motherboard specifications.
Optional: Attach fan to rear of case with the four accompanying screws and connect power cable.
Make sure no wires are pinched or that there are not any loose parts in the case. Place the top cover back on the case and attach with the three screws. Plug in monitor, keyboard, mouse, and power cable and turn it on. Verify that all fans and drives are working.
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