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Tries to reassemble the plug and rescrews tighten all the screws or supper glue it together again.If the power transformer charger it is a standard A/C plugin chargers,tries places like Walmart,Best Buy,Radio Shack or online shopping too like Amazon.com,eBay.com and the product manufacture too can buy the original transformer charger or a clone one should work too, if charger it have the same A/C input and output of the transformer charger plug in power like Amp,Voltages lable that in the transformer plug in part of the charger.
This could be anything from a faulty graphics card, bad power supply or even the motherboard.
What you need to do is disconnect all of the hardware except the motherboard, power supply and memory. Then try turning the machine on.
If it turns on start putting things back one at a time to see which item is causing the machine not to start.
If it won't turn on with just the memory and power supply installed then you either have a faulty motherboard or power supply, but to test these you have to check the voltage on the power supply which isn't easy.
Your best bet would be to get a compatible working power supply and hook that up. If it still won't fire up then you know the motherboard has come to the end of its life and needs replacing.
There is normally a splitter in the back, a metal piece with two hooks that is attachted to the adjustment strap. the sholder straps latch onto this. You can locate the appropriate manual here: http://www.coscojuvenile.com/usa/eng/Instructions The pages in the back normally discuss reassembly after cleaning.
It sounds to me like the power switch is plugged into the motherboard incorrectly. I would need to know the type of motherboard you have to get you the proper schematic for hooking up the power switch and reset switch to the board. If you have the manual to the motherboard, there should be a detailed picture showing you how it is to be hooked up. Please let me know the motherboard model for further assistance.
The SATA drive is to be used with a motherboard that supports SATA 1 or 2.
If you have a board that supports SATA, you should also have a power supply that supports SATA.
The 7 pin connector is for data. the other connector is for power.
Hope this has helped you.
P.S. Their are conversion kits for the power supply if yours does not support SATA but your board is something else all together.
Get back to me with the make a model number of the PC and I will check if you want.
Yep--you put it together incorrectly. I don't know why you took it apart. Don't do that again. Just open the case and blow it out--especially the power supply. There is nothing to be gained by taking all the stuff out of it.
I would say you have the little plugs from the front panel in the wrong place. You don't have the power switch on the correct contacts. Your memory might not be seated fully. If you have a video card, it's not seated correctly.
The way to check where those little connectors it to look on the motherboard itself and printed near the little posts where you hook up the plugs. The posts should be labeled as to pwr sw, pwr led, rst, ide led, spkr. Try that--and good luck. If you need further help, just post it here.
Tools needed: Philips screwdriver anti-static wristband.(if you dont have one then make sure you touch something metal before touching any circuitry in the computer)
unplug the laptop and remove the battery pack from the laptop. While unplugged press and hold the power button for 5-10 seconds to discharge any power left in the laptop.
(IMPORTANT: Make sure you wear your anti-static wristband or touch something metal before handling the circuitry of the computer)
This is where it will get tricky you will need to open the laptop and look for a battery on the main chipboard(motherboard).Be extremely careful because there will be ribbons connecting the keyboard to the motherboard so take apart the computer slowly. Slow and Steady wins the race here. The Battery will range in size from the size of a nickel to a quarter. You will need to remove this battery. wait about 15 seconds then put it back onto the motherboard where you just took it out from. Put computer back together and plug battery pack in and plug in power and turn on you should be able to access BIOS without being prompted for a password.
You will need to reset the Time and Date of the system in BIOS once completed.
If this is too techy for you then I recommend taking it to your local computer repair shop for them to do for you.