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Ergonomic weakness emerged during installation of the hard disk: the mechanical pin-type feed system leads to tilting, making installation very awkward. A positive feature is the cover of the CD drive, with a flap that opens up together with the tray when the eject button is pressed. All the connections are located behind swivel covers that can't break off.

Prior to installation, we fastened the hard drive to a special frame.

Feed system via guiding pins.[DL1]

If the subframe jams, often the only solution is brute force.

Bingo! The hard drive is screwed in.