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Dont know where the power wires

Ya i got this bored but i dont know where the power wires go on the thing couled you help out

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  • David Cates May 11, 2010

    need to know either the manufacturer, model number, or the serial number.



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If you look at the maual it should tell you

there is a 24 pin connector located between the memory sockets and the FDD connector

there is a 4 pin connector near the edge of the board in the vicinity of the CPU socket

hope this helps

Posted on Apr 15, 2009


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