[CentOS] died again

Sat Dec 7 08:26:43 UTC 2013
John R Pierce <pierce at hogranch.com>

On 12/6/2013 7:02 PM, Michael Hennebry wrote:
> If I remove the right screws, I think that moving it farther into
> the case would allow it to be removed.
> For that, I'd want it on its side so that it didn't fall on something.

nearly all PC power supplies are standard ATX/EPS format.   remove side 
panel, case on side,  unplug ALL the power wires, untangle and extract 
the power harness, remove the 4 screws on the back panel around the PSU 
vents, and it lifts out from the inside of the case.     replace with a 
decent brand supply of equal or higher wattage rating, and the correct 
ATX version (v2.1 or whatever). really old systems used much more 5V 
than modern PSU's offer, and used less 12V.   modern PSU's are mostly 
all about the 12V, the other voltages are lower current.  many newer 
systems need additional 12V plugs for the mainboard, like 2x2 or 2x3 

In some system cases, the PSU is screwed to a shelf or bracket or back 
plate that comes out with it as a unit, then you disassemble them.

john r pierce                                      37N 122W
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