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Opening Stealth Cd-Roms with an External Button - FrostyTech.com Opening Stealth Cd-Roms with an External Button
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"One problem I’ve noticed with stealth drives is finding something to use to get the button to work. I’ve tried stacking foam tape, taping small object to the button, and even gluing case screws to it. I finally decided I’d try something else. This guide will show you how to make an externally mounted button for your stealth drive. It will also show you a great mounting idea if you have a Lian Li case. After doing my stealth drive and external button, I came up with an idea that would make my Lian Li PC70. I was looking at my external 3.5” bays, and I thought to myself, “What can I do with all that space?” It instantly hit me - mount the button! “But how?” I thought. “A gaudy button would ruin the look of my front panel. When I LAN, the button could also break off.” I decided right there I’d find a way to turn my 3.5” bay covers into buttons."
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