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A. the four (4) wires for the power plug were pulled out. there is a 1-red wire 2-black wires and 1-yellow wire. the sequence is 12 volt, 2-grounds and 1-5 volt. I presume the 2-black wires are "grounds" I think the red wire is 12 volt I think the yellow wire 5 volt when the wires were pulled out the inserts were damaged because when I push a wire into the insert it does not have any resistantance
Unless you know what you are doing, just buy another power supply
or, google "pc molex plug" and order a new on with pins, but you'll need a crimp tool for that job.
if you get it wrong, you WILL blow stuff up.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
i prety sure there is no way to do that. you might be better off just going to fries or radio shack or some other electronics store and buying a new one, there is no way to change a 20 pin to a 24 pin srry the best pf luck to you. plus i trying to fix my own problem right now
Posted on Apr 01, 2009
You can connect the ground wire to any of the black wires. They are all connected together inside the power supply..
Posted on Dec 15, 2009
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