Philips Freeline LS2100 - how do I open the case?

  Newuser1831 18:32 22 Jul 06

I have a Philips Freeline LS2100 and I'm trying to open the case to replace a faulty hard drive -There are 2 screws at the rear (edge) of the case which I assume should allow you to remove the side panel, but there must be something else I'm missing, it doesn't move! I've searched through the manuals and on the web but can't find any info. I'm be grateful for any suggestions.This webside shows a picture of the case click here

  Totally-braindead 18:49 22 Jul 06

I don't know if this is the case with this particular PC but usually if theres screws to remove at the rear its to allow that part of the case to slide off to the rear of the case. Its just a suggestion as I haven't see his PC before - sorry.
By the way the first time it can be really tight and can take quite a bit of force to get it to slide.

  Newuser1831 19:54 22 Jul 06

You were right -I knew it should just pull back but it wasn't -just needed as a bit more force. Thanks

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