Question about ASUS A6U Notebook
I have an asus a6000 series laptop, the white and black lead that attach to the networkcard an lead into the screen, the black lead is still attached but white lead is NOT an i dont no where to reattach it to on the screen can anyone Help.......maybe some one has a picture off the screen without its cover???
White and black cables are the same, they both are aerials, under the screen they are exactly the same - one on the left other on the right. So one of them is main and another one is slave (in case main not pics any signal). So it's realy does'nt matter if one cable is disconnected (some wireless cards even don't have second cable).
Posted on Sep 03, 2009
On the card itself should there be 2 x connection points,the black one is ,already connected and the other should be right next to it,within an inch(25mm) ,you can remove the black lead to see clearer what the connection point looks like,they are push on connections,and will be 2x tiny brass or gold coloured female connectors,side by side,
apart from that ,
the length of the leads will not stretch too far from their place of connection,
Both power the wireless card,
One is positive(+) and the other is negetive(-)
Hope this helps,need a photo to explain???
try typing in the card number of the cards sticker and select image search,
Thanks and have a great night,
Posted on Jul 19, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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