Start Button - Customize
How to Customize your Case Power Button
Published by Lordbob75
25 May 2010
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While (as you mentioned) this is a rather simple mod, this tip many people don't actually keep in mind when planning a case mod involving a new power button:
The start button on your computer is what is called a momentary switch. This means that it will default to the off position, and pressing it only gives a burst of power. If you replace your button with a button or switch, it needs to be a momentary button or switch. Ask your local electronics retailer if you need help with that.
I might still do that one day, but I doubt I'll do that on my current case, I'll plan that for the next one.
Oh, just a small note: the closing tag on your related links section has a small problem.. Just thought I'd mention it.
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