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Card reader disconnected from motherboard and can't find where to reattach. Only space is top with blue base but still says disconnected. Esystem tower

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  • hilskitchen May 14, 2009

    Have connected to USB internal connector restarted computer but when I try to read the card it comes up saying the reader is either busy or disconnected

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Does it say the error in windows or on start up?
what is the exact error?
Usually they are connected to where one would connect the USB internal connector it should say USB.

Posted on May 13, 2009

  • Fabio May 14, 2009

    Could be aproblem with the reader itself ,if possible try with another memory card and see what happens.

    You could also try another USB port on the motherboard to test ,they only go in one way.

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ACER T690 "where does the sd card reader cable attach to the motherboard?


Motherboard installed in computer case, look at the bottom edge of the motherboard.

Now I need your eyes

Underneath that long white PCI slot at the Bottom, (There are 2),
is a Purple rectangular header. Two rows of pins.

To the right is another rectangular header, but this time in Blue.
Look below them on the motherboard. Towards the outside edge of the motherboard. Do you see USB next to either of them?

The Card Reader just attaches to a USB header. The rectangular header actually supports TWO USB ports.

This is why one of those headers may have two USB cables hooked to it, and go to two separate USB ports on the Front Panel of the computer.

The other USB header would be for the Card Reader.

Looking even more to the right, there are two Yellow headers, that I'm SURE are USB headers. Looks like one long header, but it isn't.

I COULD be mistaken about the Purple header, or Blue header.
One might be for IR Remote.

At any rate, again, I need your eyes. What is silkscreened on the motherboard, under those headers? Purple, Blue, and Yellow?

Unless just one plug connector, is unplugged from one of those headers. (Two cables go to Card Reader, and end in one plug connector, that plugs into the motherboard)
Then you would know by the process of simple elimination.

Note how in the two rows of pins, there is one missing in the corner.
5 pins on one side, 4 pins on the other side.
The missing pin is the KEY. That is how you orient the plug connector.

Post back in a Comment.

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How to replace cmos battery on satellite p105-s6217 laptop


Turn the laptop over and remove the battery pack.

From the bottom of the laptop, unscrew the plastic shells securing the slots for memory,


Bluetooth, hard drive and modem.

You may have to remove more than one screw for each shell. Keep all screws in a small container, away from the work area.


Remove the memory (RAM) modules, the hard drive and any optical drives (CD-ROM or DVD-ROM).

Press the clips on either end of the memory slot to raise the RAM module and detach by pulling it out. Work slowly and carefully, to prevent damage to RAM modules or the memory slot.


Do the same for all modules, if you have more than one.

Slide out the hard drive and optical drive. If the drives seem to be stuck, look for any screws you may have missed.


Turn the laptop over and insert a pointy tool under the thin strip at the top of the keyboard. Use the tool as a lever to pry the securing strip loose, while working with your finger to release latches along the length of the strip.

Remove the keyboard by undoing two screws securing it.


Raise the keyboard and disconnect its cables.

Close the laptop lid and turn it around, so that you are facing ports on the back.


Remove two screws from the metal plate around the ports.

Open the lid and remove a single screw securing the wireless card cover; the screw is under the keyboard, which you already removed.


Disconnect cables from the motherboard.

Access the board through the space created by removing the keyboard. Unplug the speaker cable from the motherboard by carefully pulling at its head.


Unscrew and remove Wi-Fi antennas, and detach the wireless card from the motherboard. Unplug thin, ribbon-like cables from the video card.

Detach the display assembly from the base of the laptop.


Loosen any attachments, and pull the casing toward you to detach the display assembly, including the LCD panel, from the base.

With the motherboard completely exposed, unscrew and remove the video card.


Undo two screws from either side of the hard drive housing and detach the drive.

Dismount the CPU heat sink and detach the fan cable from the motherboard by removing five screws.


You can now access the battery board with the CMOS battery attached to it.

Undo two screws to detach the battery board from the motherboard.


Disconnect two cables running from the battery board, and carefully raise the board to detach it.

Replace the CMOS battery by prying it open with a pointy tool. Insert a new battery and reassemble the laptop.


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When i want to turn on my ps3 he always shows a yellow light. Sometimes he works but not for to long. only like 5min and then he falls back to yellow light...


It sounds like its Yellow Light Of Death its caused frome overheating and there is a break in the solider between the CPU and GPU. The fix is actually easy, but the instructions are a bit long I will post an answer from start to begining there might be quite a few.

Its called the yellow light of death. The fix is really simple, but the taking the console can be complex. So if you are up to the challenge hear it is.

Things that you will need: Heat gun, non-corrosive liquid flux (Found at stores like Fry's and anyplace that sells PC boards, also sold online at www.amozon.com), 1 tube of Thermal compound, 1 bottle of rubbing alcohol, 2 different sizes jewelers screwdrivers 1 small and 1 medium, Torks 9 screwdriver(Not necessary but helpful to get the 1st outer top panel off), Phillips No. 2, Phillips No. 1, and a tiny Phillips the size you would use for eyeglasses.

NOTE: Only the 80g consoles with the multi-port SD card reader on the front. These models will have the Blue-Ray ribbon cable accessible without having to pull power supply 1st. You will also have to pull the card reader and Wi-Fi/USB board from the front in order to remove the power supply, the only tricky thing on the card reader board is the ribbon cable connected under the PC board that connects to the motherboard it needs to be disconnected before the card reader board is removed. Also on these models for the removal of the motherboard you will have to remove the ribbon cable, PC board, and mounting bracket from the on/off sensor on the front right part of the casing. Once you have the motherboard and heat-sink out turn the unit over and on the HDD cage there are 2 small screws that have to be removed before you can separate the 2 of them. Looking at the back where all the cables hook-up, the plastic backing needs to separated from the motherboard. Turn the motherboard over and you will see on the plastic backing has little clips that you can unsecure by hand so it can be removed.

1. Disconnect all cords, cable, etc.......

2. Pull your HDD.

3. Pull the 2 outer top covers off.

4. After the 2 outer top covers are off, unplug the Blue-Ray player from the motherboard its front side on the left side of the deck. Lift the player slowly there is 1 ribbon cable on the bottom of it. Depending on your what model of machine yours, it will unplug from the motherboard either left side towards the back under the player or directly underneath the component to the left of the player. To disconnect the cable (using your finger nail) put the edge of your nail under the plastic locking clamp and slowly pry up and then slide cable opposite of locking clamp.

5. Remove the Wi-Fi board from off the front of the console in addition to that there is a black wire that runs from the Wi-Fi board to the back of the machine that you will need to unscrew.

6. Remove all screws that are holding the power supply down. There is also a yellow and green wire at the back that you will have to unscrew, next remove the plug from the back of the power supply, finally place the tips of your fingers under both underneath sides of the power supply and pry gently until the component unplugs from the motherboard.

7. Remove all screws around the outer edge of metal cover of motherboard.

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My card reader on my computer has stopped working!? ok i took my computer in to my computer teacher to get it fixed, well she put in a second hard drive in and said it should fine. well it does but...


Ah, My Bad, big_dude2010, perfectly understandable about the budget thing. The world is in an economic crisis right now.

As for reattaching the Card Reader cable, can't help you.

OH, I'm just PLAYIN'!


Before we go ANY further:

1) Computer off, and unplugged from power.

Unplug the power cable FROM the surge protector, and NOT plugged into the surge protector, and take it out of the back of the Power Supply.

With the power cable plugged into the surge protector, and unplugging it out of the Power Supply, you could create a voltage spike.

Result can burn out the Power Supply, and may go on to burn out the Processor, Motherboard, Ram Memory, and a graphics card. (IF used)

Many have stated, that they do this all the time. Eventually, they come back to state they fried out their power supply, and/or motherboard, and so on.

2) Computer unplugged from power, computer case open, TOUCH the metal frame of the computer case to relieve your body of Static electricity.

Static can fry out, (Short Circuit), the delicate hardware components inside your computer.
(For this reason also work on a table. If you have a carpet floor, refrain from swinging your feet back, and forth.
If you get up, walk away, then return, TOUCH the metal frame again)

If you already know the above, please disregard.

The Card Reader cable has a white sheath, and is approximately as thick as a No.2 pencil.

It should have 8 wires in it.
Orange, Yellow, Blue, Brown, Red, White, Green, and Black.

It will have a white rectangular connector on one end, that has 10 socket holes. 2 rows of 5 holes.
Only 8 socket holes are used.

The other end of the cable should have a Black connector. It also has 10 socket holes. 2 rows of 5 holes. This connector plugs into the circuit board of the Card Reader.

The White connector end plugs into the motherboard. It plugs into the Front USB 1 header on the motherboard.

(Connector on a motherboard is referred to as a Header)

Orienting the motherboard, so we are both looking at it in the same direction.
Processor to the top. Ram Memory slots to the right.
There are 3 white PCI slots down towards the bottom.

The white PCI slot that is closest to the edge of the motherboard, is PCI3. (PCI 3)

Down below the PCI 3 slot is a blue header. NOT the one you want.
That's for the audio ports in the front of the computer. (Front Panel)

To the right of the blue header, is a white header. This is the one you want. Front USB1. (The Front USB1 header, is below the Right/Bottom corner of the PCI 3 slot)

Note that there are 5 pins going along the top of the Front USB 1 header, and 4 pins going along the bottom.

The missing pin, or blank spot, helps you to orient the white connector of the card reader cable.

The card reader cable's white connector also has a missing socket hole, or blank spot.

There is No slot on the header for the motherboard, and No locating lug on the Card Reader cable's, white connector.

Line the card reader cable connector's blank spot, up with the blank spot on the Front USB1 header.

This is HP Support, and the Motherboard Specifications page, for the Compaq Presario SR1303WM Desktop PC,

http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?docname=c00069442&tmp_task=prodinfoCategory&lc=en&dlc=en&cc=us&lang=en&product=447312

Scroll down the page about halfway, and you'll see an illustration of your motherboard.

(To enlarge it for better viewing, you can right-click right on it, then in the drop down menu, left-click on - Save As
Put this in your My Pictures folder.

Then go to My Pictures, and double-click on the illustration of the motherboard.
Now go below in the window, and click on the + sign to Zoom In.
Use the bottom, and side bar, to move it around to the view you want)

Below the illustration is an actual photograph of the motherboard, with no hardware components installed.

The Black connector that goes to the circuit board of the Card Reader, plugs in like this.

There are four wires across the top. There are five wires across the bottom.

Looking INSIDE your computer, TOWARDS the Card Reader circuit board, the four wires go on top, when plugged in. (Not shouting)

Again, looking at the back of the Card Reader, the color code of the wires on the top, going from Left to Right, are:
Thin Black wire, Green, White, and Red.

Wires going along the bottom, starting from Left going Right,
Thick Black wire, Brown, Blue, Yellow, and Orange

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Realtek Audio Driver V5.10.0.5211 for Windows 2000/XP/XP 64bit. (WHQL)

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