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I was in the process of updating my Emachine W2888 when I thought about how I was going to put all the wires back in the correct place. I pretty much unplugged all the wires and now have forgotten how to put them back.

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    Ziggy McCroy May 11, 2010

    Inside the PC, or the 'wires' in the back of the PC going to your other devices (monitor, speakers, mouce... ect.) ?

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You will not have too much problems to get your cables back.
The mouse is PS/2 the green one, the violet one PS/2 is the keyboard, the USB could be placed on any port USB, the printer has only one port (LPT1 DB25) big connector if you have and USB printer is a small one. The power usually goes on the top (black wire) - The speakers into small green hole, the mic into a pink hole.

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