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I got given a computer some of the wire are diconted im trying to find out where they go can any one help?

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  • foxydamo69 Mar 01, 2009

    iv done that but i havent got very far

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You need to find the manual for the motherboard. in order to do this you need to look on the motherboard and find the model number. than try searching that number in a search engine for the manual. hopefully that will tell you where the different plugs go.

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  • mark hensley Mar 01, 2009

    thats the only way other than taking it in for someone to look at.

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