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Power Supply Pin

Yes I too have the same problem the power pin to the laptop has broke off and now I don't have power for my laptop. Have no warranty on it so I took it apart. Looks like I need a whole new motherboard the only thing is, is I can't find the model number for the correct motherboard to fit.

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Call dell support. they should be able to provide that to you

Posted on Jul 14, 2009

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SuperMicro H8QG6-F Continous Beep


http://www.supermicro.com/Aplus/motherboard/Opteron6000/SR56x0/H8QG6-F.cfm

Under the Link and Resources heading, in the blue banner to the right, click on - Motherboard Manual

Page 32 of the PDF file. Page 2-10 for the manuals actual page,

2-7 Connector definitions:
Power Connectors

"A 24-pin main power supply connector (JWP1), and three 8-pin CPU PWR connectors (JWP2 / JWP3 /JWP4) on the motherboard.
These power connectors meet the SSI EPS 12V (Volt) specification.

In addition to the 24-pin ATX power connector, the 12V 8-pin CPU connectors at JWP2 / JWP3 / JWP4, MUST be connected to your power supply.

Warning: To prevent damage to the power supply or motherboard, please use a power supply that contains a 24-pin and three 8-pin
power connectors.

Be sure to connect these connectors to the 24-pin (JPW1) and the three 8-pin (JPW2,JPW3 and JPW4) power connectors on the motherboard.

Failure in doing so will void the manufacturer warranty on your power supply and motherboard."

So there you have it.

YES.

These,

http://www.playtool.com/pages/psuconnectors/connectors.html#eps8


NOT these,

http://www.playtool.com/pages/psuconnectors/connectors.html#pciexpress8

For additional questions please post in a Comment.

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joecoolvette

Sep 02, 2012 | Super Micro Computer SUPERMICRO H8QG6-F

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DO I HAVE TO PLUG THE POWER FOR ASUS ENGTS450DI1GD5


Yes, newer, high end, high performance graphics cards are now requiring two power cords. So it might be time to upgrade your power supply if you don't have another rail to hook up to it. Some are 6 pin, some are 8 (total). I think it takes two (4 pin) power cords. I also recently got a better graphics card and had to get a new power supply.

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Need a new power supply for a soyo mother board Crown model fp-


All you need to know is if your motherboard has a 24-pin or 20-pin power connector. You can just count the pins if you don't know. There connector is located on the motherboard. It looks like this: moondogwst75_3.jpg

So if it's a 24-pin, order a 24-pin power supply. If it's 20-pin, order 20-pin. Hope this helps!

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Acer travelmate 2480 the pin broke and is in the power plug


Don't try solder it. you will burn up *********** board. put some super glue on a tooth pick and pull out the pin and get a new power plug

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Verifying power connection 20/24 pin?


yes only 20pin but if you have a 20+4 pin its a ok to use just u need to cut or remove the 4pin..

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Hercules switching power supply 500 wat max


yes 20 pin connecter power supply is ATX(advance technology extended )power supply and old which was low watt and 24 pin is EATX (enhaunced advance technology extended) power supply is new and high watt so 4 pin connecter can be detached from 24 pin connecter and can be fitted in 20 pin connecter

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How to set up my bestec power supply in me emachines computer


well plug in main power install it 4 screws litte 4 pin on main mobo yell black ones red 4 pin for hard drive cd rom ok

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The laptop fell while the power lead was inserted it pushed the pin to the side an stopped charging it now wont turn on


Replace the power supply or the motherboard of your laptop, if your laptop still has its own warranty try to call the technical support of your laptop manufacturer and asked them to replace your power supply or motherboard. But if you dont have any warranty from your manufacturer, you must still call them to purchase a new power supply or motherboard.

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DC power input center pin is gone


Part costs about $ 5-10 bucks.....labor to fix it ranges from $ 100 - $250. Problem is caused by jerking or tugging on the power cable too much. All laptops need a Cable Retention Device like the one in this video. . .

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