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Re: some wires in pc
Please do not consider this a solution worthy of a rating but before you commit one of the classic mistakes -- do not assume all cables should be connected -- there are often spare power plugs and bus ends to support expansion without having to change components like ribbon cables or result to splitters on power plugs. The classic story has a person so proud that he managed to connect all the cables -- until he turned the machine down and the wiring melted from the shorts. Turning a new computer into a smelly doorstop in seconds.
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That will depend on the computer and operating system you are using. If you have a problem with a motor vehicle, you should at least tell us what vehicle it is because this is quite relevant to the question you are answering.
Theres no specific order for power supply wires. Just make sure it is disconnected from a power source and connect the Motherboard and optical drive cables to their respective plugs(plugs are standard for most motherboards).
Check to ensure that the speaker connection plug is fully inserted into the speaker jack on the computer. Do the same for the power connection at the speaker, too. Slightly wiggle or twist the connections and wires - one at a time to isolate the source of the failure (can be the power plug or wire, audio plug or wire, or even the jack on the PC . If related to the speaker plug, try using the speakers in another speaker jack on the PC - or other device (mp3 player, etc.) if the problem is still present on both locations, it is related to the speakers / power. Try using a pair of headphones plugged directly into the speaker jack on the PC to see if the problem is present still. If the problem is common to both speaker and headphones, the jack on the PC is likely the culprit, and a new sound card will probably have to be installed. Otherwise, replace / repair the speaker cable, plug or system.
The likely source of the problem is a stretched wire along the cord - or at the plug. A repair can be attempted if desired - or replace the speaker system if lacking tools or if unsure how to go about it.
Try playing the CD in another player, if it plays OK, than you have narrowed it down to a problem with your PC. If this drive had a wire that plugged into the main board than chances are you need to do the same thing.
thats mostlikely one of the wire's for your speakers, printer or any other device yuo have that needs power.. If so that wont help your pc in any way.
I'd untangle and trace the wire back to see where it's coming from to be safe. Also if your pc is plugged in along with your monitor and you can turn both on and you still get an error, then you have a problem. I'd submit a new question detaling the error or beeps your getting.
- reconnect all canles to the correct slots on the PC
- Make sure power cable is firmly in computer and socket
- Check powerbars and sockets have power going to them (!)
- Change power cable to a known working one and/or change the fuse in the plug
If you are unsure which cables go where, please mail me of the back of the Pc and I will tell you where they go.
1-Shut down you pc .2-unplug the power cord.3-open the case .4-Find the usb wires trac them back to the board. 5-mark were the wires go with a marker.6-plug new usb port wires in.7-put the case back on pc.8-plug power cord in.9-turn on pc.10-plug your usb device in.