Zalman MS1000-HS2 Mid-Tower ATX Case

May 24th, 2010 | By Nivedh

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First I decided to install the optical drive. You have to remove a screw to release the drive bay cover.

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After that, the drive can be slid in and secured using the push and slide clip.

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Next up, I installed the hard drive. The locking portion of the cage can be opened and the tray can be slid out.

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After placing the drive in the tray, it is secured using another push and slide mechanism. The tray can then be slid back into the cage and secured.

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To install the motherboard, standoffs must be placed in the appropriate holes and then the motherboard can be secured to those.

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The power supply is installed using four screws.

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To install the video card, you have to remove the expansion slot covers and then the card can be secured.

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Don’t forget to connect all the cables to finish installation.

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Upon powering up, blue LEDs light up to signify power on, IDE status, etc.

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All in all, installation is simple.

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