|I assume that you mean that there is not enough room to slide your old HD into the metal bay, not that there are not enough bays available, right? Standard procedure (as I am sure you know) is to open the side panel of the case and slide the HD into an open bay from the inside. I have worked on units that are so poorly laid out that there is no room to do this. I have had to remove the front cover and slide the drive in from the front. Yes, this can be a pain and sometimes the front bays of HDs are covered so this isn't possible. Sometimes I have had to remove the power supply in order to have room to slide in the drive. Sometimes I had to unplug several cables from optical drives and HDs, the replug back in. Once I got disgusted, took a flat-billed tin snip and cut the metal side off one bay, and slid the drive in that way, and fastened it with two screws from the other side (you must remove the other side panel)OR you can fasten it with self-stick velcro. I Googled that unit, but as usual they only use the stock front view, there are no open-case views to see. Another reason I build my own. :0) Wish you the best-use your imagination!|
Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day;
Teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime;
Then industry pollutes the water and kills all the fish.