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I disconnect the cableof the mother board and its difficult to connect tham in place i just lost exactly were shoul be situated

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    Canaan Hoffman May 11, 2010

    Whats the motherboard model you have and do you have the manual?

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The only other thing you can do if you do not have the manual is check online for an online manual or an image of the motherboard so you can see where the cables should go. The model number of the motherboard should be on the motherboard itself.

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Normally if the computer has the black display then follow these steps:
1) disconnect the pwr cord form the back of the computer //
2) disconnect the printer and the internet cord//
3)hold the pwr button for 1 min and then release// this is called "pwr drain" when the pwr cord is disconnected//
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