Question about HP Pavilion 510c PC Desktop
I bought a new power supply and need to know where all the wires connect to.
There is no simple way to explain it. But you should know whether it fits as the plugs are either 6 pins, 4 pins etc. and they only fit for a specific jack. It doesn't matter which wire you use but keep in mind that the neater they are the easier it is to fix things later on. I did a quick google and found this: http://www.hardwareheaven.com/articles.php?articleid=132&pageid=10
Hope it helps!
Posted on Nov 04, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Power supply
I am going to have to go draw something up real quick for you.
In words, The main big connector goes to the only connector on the motherboard that it will fit in.
The smaller connectors rectangular connectors plug into the Hard Drive and another in the CD/DVD drive. Als you may have another connector for a Disc drive.
All the Connectors are specifically shaped not to fit where they do not belong.
Posted on Nov 27, 2007
There is no wiring diagram.
you simply hook up the motherboard with the coded connectors and hook up your drives. they all plug right in, you cannot mess up the connections
Posted on Nov 13, 2009
Not really, the best way to tell is to use it, no damage will come from something NOT being there, usually most PSU are compatible. In saying that though. HP are bad, for using proprietary "Bits" so you have to buy "Theirs" So check that it isn't just some wire that is used, for something. get a Service manual for your unit.
link below. http://www.nodevice.com/manual/Hewlett_Packard.html
Posted on Mar 07, 2010
SOURCE: I am installing a new
Basically each connector is made so that it can only go where it should go unless you do some modification or really force the connector in.
All in all you should have one 24pin brick of wires. This is made up of 20pin block plus 4pin block.
If your computer mainboad requires 24pins of power then take the 20pin block and add the 4pin block to it. If not then just use the 20pin block.
Then there is the 4pin CPU power brick. Can only go in one way.
This 4 pin block is not to be confused with the other 4pin block found on the 24pin brick.
Lastly there are 4pin Molex, SATA and stiffy connectors, they can also only go in one way.
If it all fits in then you should be alright.
Hard drives: Molex or SATA power
Posted on Jan 30, 2011
SOURCE: replacing power supply to hp
The secret: all the wires are oriented (you cannot plug the in backward), and your replacement
power supply must have a connector for each of your peripherals.
Even the connector going to the motherboard is oriented.
Make sure everything on this list has a power connector plugged into it, then
power up the desktop system and compute.
NOTE: everything below in the list resides in a peripheral bay
2. HDD (hard disk drive) (there may be several)
3. FDD (floppy disk drive)
If you run out of connectors, buy a "Y-connector" at your local "Computer Goodies" store.
As you connect these devices try to utilize proper anti-statis techniques - meaning, if you don't have an anti-static strap to clip onto the Pavilion A810N frame, then be sure to ground yourself
by touching the frame with a forearm or something as you make/unmake the power connections,
while at the same time try to avoid touching the (CMOS-based) IC chips or PC board surfaces.
External drives (incl tape drives) get their own power - not from your 400W Dynex.
Your computer monitor will also gets its own power (from a 120VAC 3-prong CEE cord)
Posted on Mar 18, 2011
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