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    Default Automatic NES PC Door

    Hi All,
    If you seen my last post i spoke to RetroZone they told me that the copy NES will do the job so i will get back to you guys with that...
    But heres anothe question.. i saw on youtube a video of a guy who made a NES PC and when he ejected the cd drive the door automaticly opened.. i would coment on his video and ask him how he did it but when i recently checked i couldnt find it... any ideas???

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    I'm actually considering doing this myself. My idea would be to attach a piece of plastic on the left or right corner of the door, on the inside, going from the front of the lid to the back. When the drive ejects, the door will be pushed open, and when the drive closes, it will close with it. You just need to make sure and use a strong, smooth piece of plastic. I would probably hot glue the pieces together just in case you ever want to redo it.

    Depending on the drive you're using, you might have to take the front off the drive tray so it doesn't catch when the tray closes, but it shouldn't be a big deal.
    Last edited by Darko; 08-10-2010 at 02:04 PM.

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