I'd like to share a short lesson based on my experience working with computers for a couple of decades or so.
1) Don't ever put all the screws back in until you know it's working.
2) Putting all the screws in will stop something from working.
@mike A fair while ago, I saw this expressed as;
"Optimism is; putting the lid back on before you've tried it."
@mike That's why my case has a lock and I deliberately don't screw the cover.
@mike This is why I always make sure to immediately drop each screw and lose it behind furniture forever. Best to avoid the temptation
screwed if you do, screwed if you don't;)
@mike it is important to lose a screw every time you open up something and put it back together again, otherwise you'll anger the gods with your hubris or something like that
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