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I unplugged my power sw wire, hdd led, and power led of my emachines t6520 ive tried everything but the computer will not turn on the motherboard does not have any symbols to indicate pos or neg . . . . | +g g +b b x g g g x | +r r bl bl +bl g= green b=black r=red g=green bl =blue the ones that are with + are colors on the motherboard that have a + going through them

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  • williamcl407 Oct 07, 2009

    . . . . | +g g +b b x top set
    g g g x | +r r bl bl +bl bottom set

  • Wayne Mineard
    Wayne Mineard May 11, 2010

    It didn't get the link. Here is the URL to copy and paste:http://www.emachines.com/support/product...

  • Wayne Mineard
    Wayne Mineard May 11, 2010

    Unfortunately the manual does not have a good enough picture. (In black & white) It does not have the pinout either. On the support page below there are links for email support and live chat if you run out of options. eMachines T6520 Support Sorry i could not help.

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Open up you pc case...mind out for static! dont touch what you dont have to and look for a printed ( normaly white ) motherboard model id..this might be the name of a manufacurer or just a few letters and numbers plus a revision number at the end. armed with these, trot of to google and stab them in. you should see a host of sites, but look for one that is the support site for your board...track down you board on the support/download site and there should be a manual & drivers ect to help you :)

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