I have recently purchased a new pc case and attempted to transfer the contents of the old case to the new one, I removed the wiring from the motherboard and now I have no idea waht goes where, the wire I am strugling with are for the 2 usb ports (1+D,1-D,1+5V, 1 ground,2-D,2+D,2+5V & 2 ground) also I have speaker,+P LED, -P LED, power SW, reset SW & HDD LED which I have to connect, can anyone please let me know wher to connect then or suggest where I can download a diagram to show me?
im trying to fix a motherboard into another tower but i to have a problem with the wiring but mine is for the power button and the usb at the front off the pc
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what do use to transfer? usb stick or network connection?or cd/dvd-r? what os does your old machine have?
if both machines have valid and functioning OS(winxx) and both have usb 2.0 port, and you are transferring just back-up of personal data (doc's, mp3's, save-games etc., use) that amount up to less than 1 GB, try using usb-stick or empty mp3-player for file swapping.
else burn the files from old machine using the hopefully available cd/dvd-burner in it and transfer to newer.
for easily transferring the whole content of old harddisk unaltered, set up asmall win-home-network using dsl/lan-cable plus crossover adaptor (wire up both machines to one-another) and stream old harddisk content to new machine
is it laptop to laptop-transfer and you are somewhat familiar with hardware?
remove harddisk from older and put into new one!
by the way: if you can have win xp pro installed on newer machine for same or less price of win vista, try to get it(you do need a bit computer expertise - but we all like learning -don't we?
good luck, if not satisfied or too much options for one time, just comeback to me!
Do you have a usb to SATA connector? If so you can plug the old drive into the USB slot and it will act as a slave so you can pull the contents from the old drive to the new. The adapter is about 25.00 or If it was me I would invest into a pocket USB hard drive case that you can put your old drive into perminatly so you can always have a external hard drive for back up later after yo uhave moved the data over and reformatted it. The case is $25-$40.00.
Those are the connections for the wireless network antenna built into the screen. There should be corresponding connectors on the system board where they connect, if the wireless stuff is integrated on the board. On some systems the wireless circuitry is a separate plug-in module, and the connectors would be on that. Are you sure you transferred anything detachable from the old board to the new one?