Okay this is just a stupid little mod I did to make use of the floppy drive bay... First I removed the floppy drive. I mean really, floppy drives? That's so PC. I then moved the Zip 100 drive to the floppy bay, got out the trusty dremmel and ground away some of the plastic on the back of the bezel till it would fit right. Then used a big file and removed some of the plasic to make the slot wider. Viola! It looks pretty stock. Cept now I need to find a blank bezel for the former Zip drive bay, now occupied with a 2nd HDD.
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