have two doors you open on either side of the computer. And you have to take off the plastic face.
Also, they have these boxes that slide in slots at an arc. You unscrew one or two screws and the whole say hard drive/floppy drive metal case comes out.
I think a power supply is going to require that you take all those other things out first (except the motherboard).
I'm trying to replace the power supply.
Specific model is HP Pavillion 6740C.
Basically, the problem is this case is so tiny that the power cable from the power supply is lodged in behind the hard drive harness(? not sure of the term here) as well as the floppy and cdrom harness. I can't see any place where I can unscrew these "harnesses" (you know, the metal frames that the drives are mounted into) from the case itself, thus gaining access to the motherboard where I can unplug the old power supply and plug the new one in. All I can see is places where there are little divets in the frame of the case, but these look punched in, not like screwholes.
I'm sure this problem probably has a real simple solution, and yeah I've worked on PC hardware before, but my PC has a much larger case and I can freely reach around and plug/unplug stuff.
I'd appreciate any help with this. I'm fixing the computer for a family member who isn't too computer savvy.