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I want to connect a UPs to my computer and I don't which cable goes to a system unit or the monitor.Please show me the clip.

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  • prvn33 Feb 28, 2010

    I want to connect a UPs to my computer and I don't which cable goes to a system unit or the monitor.Please show me the clip.

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shut down the comp and the ups
unplug the cable from the comp and plug it in to the ups i/p
take the iec male to female cable that came with the ups and plug male into ups o/p and then female into your comp

turn on ups then turn on comp

thats it

hope this helps

thanks for using FixYa

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I want to connect a UPs to my computer and I don't which cable goes to a system unit or the monitor.Please show me the clip


shut down the comp and the ups
unplug the cable from the comp and plug it in to the ups i/p
take the iec male to female cable that came with the ups and plug male into ups o/p and then female into your comp

turn on ups then turn on comp

thats it

hope this helps

thanks for using FixYa

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http://nam-en.apc.com/cgi-bin/nam_en.cfg/php/enduser/std_adp.php?p_sid=oXhRFGEh&p_lva=&p_faqid=2923

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