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I have emachine motherboard m7vig400 I pulled power cable{black] from bottom of motherboard and i do not where to put back.Can you help me ?

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Most of the connections on your mobo aren't interchangable and will only fit in one way but sounds like you pulled out one of the front panel connections,try to go to there website and download manual the mainboard schematics should be there look for jumper connections.if its not a custom box the connections a already keyed,can you be more specific

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Emachine Wiring Diagram


What a Marvelous person!

You have described a 4-pin Peripheral power cable, ('P6'),

http://www.playtool.com/pages/psuconnectors/connectors.html#peripheral

An IDE harddrive, of which the 4-pin Peripheral power cable example, is plugged into.
Another look at an IDE (PATA) harddrive,

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16822136096

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Parallel_ATA

However, I do not know if the flat IDE ribbon cable marked Slave, goes to a secondary Harddrive, or an optical drive. (CD/DVD drive)

Either way the point is moot. BOTH of those 'squarish flat black' units, HAVE a 4-pin Peripheral power cable to them.
Another hardware component, those type of power wires CAN go to, is a computer case fan.

However not ALL power cables have to be used. Sometimes there are extra ones. These are in case they are need later.

To summarize;
The optical drive, or drives; that you put a CD, or DVD disk in; can use a 4-pin Peripheral power cable.
(IDE/PATA optical drive)

Harddrive's can use a 4-pin Peripheral power cable.
(IDE/PATA harddrive)

A computer case fan may use a 4-pin Peripheral power cable.

Or the 4-pin Peripheral power cable you see, may simply be an extra one. One if needed in the future.

The eMachines T2245 uses a Trigem (Manufacturer), Imperial GLVE (Model name), motherboard,

http://www.ebay.com/itm/New-Emachines-Imperial-GL-VE-20021218-Motherboard-Socket-478-System-Board-/121098707716?pt=Motherboards&hash=item1c320ba304

Supports an IDE (PATA) harddrive, (Or 2 of them)
Supports an IDE (PATA) optical drive, (or two of them)

I DO hope you are following Anti-Static Procedures!

Your body carries Static electricity. Static WILL fry out (Short Circuit), the delicate hardware components inside a computer.
Relieve your body of Static, BEFORE reaching inside your computer.

Computer on a table, computer Unplugged from power, computer case open;
TOUCH an unpainted surface, of the metal frame of the open, empty computer case.
This action will relieve your body of Static.

IF, you leave your computer in the middle of working on it, be SURE to Touch the metal frame again upon your return.

Also I would like to add;

http://computer.howstuffworks.com/

http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/article/Anatomy-of-a-Hard-Disk-Drive/177

http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/article/Anatomy-of-an-Optical-Drive/179

For additional questions please post in a Comment.
Regards,
joecoolvette

Apr 24, 2013 | eMachines Emachine T2245 Power Supply...

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Fix my motherboard mbp 4xd


Disconnect the power cord form the power supply, be sure the power supply is set for 110 or 220 volts depending on your location and power and double check it (most have a 110/220 switch)


Feel/look at the back of the power supply to determine if the fan is working.

http://pcsupport.about.com/od/toolsofthetrade/f/powersupplytest.htm


If the fan is working, try another power supply anyway.

Plug the computer directly into a known-good (a lamp works) power outlet


Check to be sure you do not have a motherboard stand-off in the wrong position and shorting-out the bottom of the motherboard.


Inspect/shake and listen for loose metallic objects (loose screws) on top of and under the motherboard and in expansion board slots.


Look carefully at the ISA and PCI slots, see if any of the contacts got bent/shorted-out.

Sometimes an expansion board will dislodge one and it will be pushed into the bottom of the slot.


Inspect the motherboard for broken or burnt components.

Carefully inspect the motherboard for black soot from bad bearings and clean and replace the culprit.


Look for bent/shorted pins on the motherboard headers and straighten.

Be sure the speaker is plugged into the motherboard.


If you hear beeps.

Decode the beep code.


If not, double-check all jumpers.

Push down on all chips that have sockets in attempt to reseat them.


What CPU are you using?

Be sure the core voltage is correct.


Be sure the CMOS battery jumper is in the correct position.

Some distributors purposely ship motherboards with the jumper in the wrong position.


Find the jumper that clears the CMOS, put it into the clear position for several minutes, put it back in the normal position, plug-in the power cord, and push the power-on button.


If you apply power to the motherboard with the jumper in the clear position you may damage the motherboard.

Pull all boards except video.


Disconnect all cables going to all drives, pull all cables except power, power on, and speaker, connect the power supply to the motherboard


(the black wires go in the middle on AT power supply connectors--"Black OK, red your dead"), reseat the memory, plug-in and screw-down the display adapter and nothing else


(push down on the top, front of the adapter and make sure it is properly seated by looking at it all along the PCI or AGP connector), connect the power-on switch and the speaker.


Check the monitor plug for bent or pushed-in pins, connect the monitor and nothing else. Check the monitor power cable.


Reseat/replace the memory.

Check for Motherboard Electrolytic Capacitor Failures


Check the CPU for bent pins.

Try another processor. Note: If you apply power to a motherboard with an Athlon or


Duron processor without the CPU fan connected, even for a few seconds, you will fry it (see http://duxcw.com/digest/guides/cpu/socketa/heattip.html).


Check the CMOS battery with a multi-meter. Should be around 3 volts (2.8 is ok).

Try a different video board.


See if the CPU and memory will work with another motherboard.

Pull the motherboard, set it on the box it came in, install video, memory, CPU, power, and power on.


See if it boots.

I have seen several instances where this works when the board will not work in the case.


And, when reinstalled in the case, it continues to work.

I have also seen where it didn't work out of the case immediately, but did work the next day and continued to work.


One of those mysteries.

Temperamental computers with minds of there own.


Replace the motherboard.


hope this helps

Oct 15, 2012 | Biostar I945P-A7 INTEL 945P CHIPSET SERIAL...

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It's has a motherboard m7vig400 with turbo 3600+x comb ,sempron 2300+, all process are slowly


add more ram is the best way of speeding up a computer
you might have to many programs running at the same time putting to much strain on the CPU
try uninstalling a few unnecessary programs

click start control panel administrive tools computer management disk management right click on your drive select properties click tools you should see click check now

click start tick in both boxes this will schedule to on restart
do not have any input while chkdsk utility is in progress any might further damage your computer

scroll to the bottom toolbar bottom of screen right click you can select task manager applications also processes you will see whats running on your computer and ticking over if you see

if you see something running that you does not need to be running select end now then you might you might uninstall that particular program

and some unnecessary programs you might have virus slowing your computer
this should speed up your computer

you should also check leads from motherboard to hard drive for secure dust free connections

if you need more help with this post a reply

hope this helps you

Apr 17, 2012 | Biostar M7VIG-400 (M7VIG 400-COMBO4)...

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My custom built computer has a the m7vig400 installed and i can't formatt my new harddrive because the fan on top of my processor will not come on why ? it came on with a 16 head hard drive how do i...


First, make sure you plug the power from the fan back into the motherboard & try it again. Did you do anything else besides just pulling out your old hard drive & putting the new one in? The CPU fan is completely independent of the CPU fan. You can start up you system without ANY hard drives & the CPU fan will come on if it's plugged in & the power supply is working etc. If you make sure the fan is plugged in correctly & the fan still doesn't come on, I suggest you temporarily put your old hard drive back in & firing things up. I'm sure you will find that the fan still doesn't work.

All that said, if the CPU fan isn't working (& everything else is), then it's a bad fan or motherboard. It's not necessarily a bad motherboard. Sometimes there are jumpers that control that sort of thing. I'm not sure exactly what that motherboard does. I have had this exact motherboard for years & as long as the fan is plugged in (& the power supply is working), when you start things up, the fan comes on.

One last thought, try flipping the power supply switch in the back to reset the power supply before you press the button in the front. Good luck...

Jan 07, 2011 | Biostar M7VIG-400 (M7VIG 400-COMBO4)...

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Have a M7vig400 Mobo that is stuck at BIOS POST code 00 no beeps no video, any idea ?


Usually this means another hardware component has failed.
To troubleshoot, unplug everything from the motherboard except the CPU and memory to see if you get video.
Probably OK to leave the mouse and keyboard plugged in.
If still nothing, try removing one of the sticks of memory and then the other.
If you do get video, the primary culprit would be the CD and next the HD.

I'm assuming that the power supply is OK, but that isn't always so. I've seen computers that will boot but not correctly when part of the power supply goes bad.

Jun 17, 2010 | Biostar M7VIG400 Motherboard

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Emachine T3882 Motherboard pulled the plugs on the ''led connections'' and don't know the order they should be in. By trial and error, I got the switch back, but where do the hdd and the power led go?


dcadon -

Here is the support page for your Emachine:

http://www.emachines.com/support/product_support.html?cat=Desktops&subcat=T%20Series&model=T3882

All of the driver packages and manuals are here. Connecting the front panel LEDs and switches starts on the lower part of page 174 of the "NG3 Hardware Reference" PDF (download under "User Guides").

The pictures are black and white, and not as detailed as they should be, but you should be able to find the right connectors from them.

Michael

Jul 04, 2009 | Acer Motherboards

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Motherboard installation


Just download manual and check configurations:
http://www.opendrivers.com/driver/265244/emachines-c6415-user-guide-free-download.html

May 16, 2009 | Motherboards

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No video


according to Biostar you can put that processor in you motherboard.

Mar 01, 2009 | Biostar M7VIG-400 (M7VIG 400-COMBO4)...

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Emachines t6522


Hi birm,
I can tell you that most likely the white wire is the ground wire. The others are positive. The two manual found on eMachine's site does not provide enough of detail.
In this manual see;
Replacing the front I/O Panel (Pages 168, 170 see number 5).
http://downloads.emachines.com/userguides/8511279_eM_NG3_chassis_HW_ref_en.pdf

The information is not specific enough, my guess is the front panel connections is the cable to the far right. (Looking at the picture).
You can try by looking at the picture & hooking the cable as shown.
The white colored wire seems to face to the right. Than try the power on button. If system does not come on, turn the connector 180 & reconnect. Try the power on button on the case.

Listed at the bottom of the link below you can either chat with a tech or call tech. (Main site for the T6522)
http://www.emachines.com/support/product_support.html?cat=Desktops&subcat=T%20Series&model=T6522

User guide T6522;
http://downloads.emachines.com/userguides/Desktop_UG_Nexgen2_3_en.pdf

Good luck birm!

I wish I could be more specific.
Mike


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