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    Epia M10000 in Cubid 3688 case... hard disk does not fit

    My friend has a 120GB maxtor 3.5" that fit in the area for the CD drive. We aren't using CD drives so this is perfect. I have a WD 40GB that is like.... 1/4" too tall. What gives? Anyone have any ideas?

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    The hard drive should go over the left hand side (as looking from the front).


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    just to clarify...

    im using a Morex Cubid 3688...

    can this case take a Western Digital standard IDE hard drive? I don't know what you mean that it will fit to the left if looking from the front.

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    Oh, sorry, my bad. I thought I saw Morex 2688


    However, just looking on Mini-ITX.com, it lists the following:

    1 x Laptop style 2.5" HDD bracket (does not support 3.5" HDD)
    1 x Slimline CD-ROM bracket
    The Maxtor 3.5" drives are much slimmer than WD ones, WD ones are standard height. I think it will be some kind of hack-job to get the WD 3.5" drive to fit

    Good luck, however!!


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