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We have a emachine w2060 and my mother unhooked 3 small cords looking for a power problem the small green and white the small red and white and the small black and white? i dont know where they belong so that we can have power

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Unfortunately eMachine manuals are not very thorough. Here is a link to the support page for your computer:

w2060 Support

At the bottom of the page is a support telephone number. Call and explain that you need the front panel pinout for your computer. That's what it sounds like you have disconnected. There is also a link for online chat if that is an option.

I did find this page eMachine Pinouts that may be of help to you. It does not give the colors of the wires, but look for the abbreviations on the connectors such as HDD, PWR, and PWR LED.

Posted on May 12, 2009

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