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Moniter Data Cable Pin Connections

MY Moniter Sumsung sync master 794mg tft 17 inches has problem with its data pin which connects to mother bord.I need ITs Connections for Pin and it's diagram

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Download the user's manual. Usually such information is given there.

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Why is this Win7 Ultimate x86 PC showing an error 80-pin Connector not found and boots only into win7 RE recovery mode?


The PATA interface was originally designed as a 40-pin system and still is. The ribbon cables were originally 40-wire cables. A special type of cable with 80 wires was then created to improve data throughput rates. Note that the number of pins remains 40, with a special type of ribbon connector connecting ground to 40 wires internally. The ground connections are placed between each of the data carriers to reduce cross-talk and allow up to 3 times faster operation. ATA33 is supported by 40-wire connection, ATA66 & ATA100 require 80-wire. Motherboards can check the speed of the data throughput to determine if a 80-pin cable is being used. Some BIOS setup options allow for this feature to be turned off. The HDD or DVD must support ATA66 or higher to work at the higher speed of a 80-wire cable.If you connect a slow hard disk or DVD drive on the same ribbon as a fast hard disk then the system will default to the slower speed. You also need to make sure the master and slave are connected to the correct connectors on the cable.
Firstly try each drive separately to see if the 80-pin error goes away.
Rather than master/slave on one cable, try each hard drive as a master on separate cables (IDE1 & IDE2).
Secondly, the boot partition may have corrupt data preventing boot. You should check both hard drives for errors by connecting to another PC if possible. This would also allow you to back up any important files so that you can re-install the operating system if required.

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MF Digital Scribe 9000 with Picojet disc printer. Hello, could anyone please help with the pin configuration connections of the 9 pin seriel cable to mini din control cable connection from the duplicator...


Have you tried emailing tech support?

http://www.mfdigital.com/techsupport.html

Failing that, and lack of pinout, serial communications can be done with only 4 connections, Transmit and Receive (TX, RX) ground (GND) if you do it with no handshaking. You'll need Data Terminal Ready (DTR) and Data Set Ready (DSR) and or CTS/RTS (Clear/Ready to end). You may have to trial and error it.

Pin 1 - Carrier Detect (CD) - only needed for a modem
Pin 2 - Receive Data (RX) - Cross over with TX
Pin 3 - Transmit Data (TX) - Cross over with RX
Pin 4 - Data Terminal Ready - Cross over with DSR
Pin 5 - Signal Ground (GND) - Goes to other side ground.
Pin 6 - Data Set Ready (DSR) - Cross over with DTR
Pin 7 - Request To Send (RTS) - Cross over with CTS
Pin 8 - Clear To Send (CTS) - Cross over with RTS
Pin 9 - Ring Indicator - Only needed for modem

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I have a working hard drive (Barracuda 7200.7) from a 2007 HP Pavilion a430n that contains files that I would like to retrieve.


Your description has me confused. I'm not clear on which power and data cables you are using. You described pulling one cable from first hard drive and connecting it to your second drive. Extra power connections should have been in a loose wire bundle somewhere in the computer. (Often they are tucked into an unused drive bay.)

The SR1720NX has 2 SATA controllers and two IDE controllers. Thus it can have 2 SATA and 4 IDE devices. The computer sometimes shipped with a SATA hard drive or an IDE hard drive. In all cases, the hard drives must be connected to the data cable (and to the motherboard) and then the power connection from the power supply has to be connected. So there should be 2 cables plugged into each drive. The optical drive is usually an IDE drive for this model, also a master drive.

The IDE power connection is a large 4-pin Molex connector; the SATA power cables are a smaller 5 pin connector. There is also a small 4 pin connector that powers a floppy drive, if present. IDE data cables are a wide 40-pin ribbon cable (sometimes an 80-pin cable for master/slave). The SATA data cable is a 15 pin cable.

First make sure that the jumper on the drive from the A430n is across the two pins in the second position (counting from the side away from the power connection). This is the cable select option. Next make sure that the IDE cable is firmly connected to both drives and the motherboard. (I've sometimes loosened the data cable while connecting the drives.) Finally check that the appropriate power cables are firmly connected to all the drives. Then power up the computer. (With the second drive on the Slave connection, if the device on the Master connection isn't powered up/recognized, then weird things may occur.)

BTW: you should be alert to the power needs for the computer. The original power supply could be overloaded with the extra drive. You might be better off using an external drive enclosure (USB) or a USB/SATA/IDE dongle that leaves the drive out in the open. Connect these with extreme care following the directions for when to connect the power supply. Some enclosures won't work without reformatting the drive - you do not want one of those.

I hope this helps.

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VGA PIN


pin no 1 - Red colour signal (Red colour wire)
pin no 2 - Green colour signal (Green colour wire)
pin no 3 - Blue colour signal (Blue colour wire)
4&5 Not connected
pin no 6&7&8 are (Grounds)RGB Returns
9&10 NC
pin 13 Hohizontal sync signal
pin no 14 vertical sync signal
Not nessasry other pins

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Primary IDE master not detected


Hi darchie_1213,

Power off the system & unplug the power cord. Open your PC case. To remove any static build up from your body, touch the metal bottom of the case before touching any internal parts.
It sound like the primary IDE data cable is loose or the power cable to the drive is loose. Try disconnecting both & than re-connect them. If that does not stop the issue, replace the data cable for the primary IDE drive. Click on the link provided. The site will explain IDE connections & the differences between a 40-pin IDE data cable & an 80-pin data cable. (Pictures included & lots of helpful information).
http://www.mikeshardware.com/howtos/howto_connect_ide_hd.html

Try the above first. If the problem continues the issue could be the hard disk drive.
Mike



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Need pinouts


I have an old pc chips M575 motherboard that also uses the J3 ATX Form card. I can only assume the pinouts are the same so here they are from the manual.

Pins 1-4 and 10- 13 are USB connectors
USB USB
Pin Description Pin Description
1 +5v 10 +5v
2 data- 11 data-
3 data+ 12 data+
4 ground 13 ground

Pins 5-6 and 15-16 are PS/2 Mouse Connector
Pin description
5 +5v
6 Mouse CLK
15 Mouse Data
16 ground

Pins 7-9 and 17-18 are Infrared connector
Pin description
7 Ground
8 Reserved
9 +5v
17 IR in
18 IR out

hope that helps

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2. your monitor connected to another system.

3. neck board dry points.

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hai dear,
i checked your problem and found that you open the cover of monitor and you find the two jack of data cable in main pcb and neck card( 2 connector of data cable).plz you cut the connector of data cable and you will find 8 wires in connector.related red(invild extra ground),green(invild extra ground),blue(invild extra ground),black gnd,white,orange,gold(extra gnd) and now you cut the red wire, you will find two wires.so you refix the main red wire pin no-1 of connector and red gnd pin no-6,green main wire pin no-2 and green gnd pin no-7,main blue wire pin no-3 and blue gnd pin no-8.check for the horizental sync and vertical sync wire you should go in main pcb which invild the other connector. there is present in print, h- sync(two wire of h- sync main wire in pin no-13 and other pin no-5) and ver.-sync wire in pin no-14.first you will check the whose h-sync and vert-sync in color and now finally other wires will fix any pin of connector.

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