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Re: not what i wanted
Easy all 4 pin dont matter 4 pin to all hard drives and cd roms ok big 20 pin or 24 to mobo smaller 4 pins floppies ok dont mater that its says p1 p2 3p that dont meen nothing ok 4 pin plugs main ones uuse on cd roms hard drives ok fans sumtimes
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Make sure the tower is getting power. There will be a green light on the back of the tower where the power cord goes. Make sure the cord is snug and that it is securely plugged in to your power source - I'm hoping it is a power surge strip and in which case, make sure the surge strip didn't get unplugged or turned off. If you have it plugged directly in to the wall then make sure that outlet has power by plugging something else in to it that you know works. After doing all of this, make check to see if there is a light on the back of your pc. If not, unplug the power from the back of the tower, wait 30 seconds at least, and then plug it back in. Hit the power button on the front just once, if it doesn't power up, press and hold the button in for a 2 seconds and release. If that doesn't work, your power supply may have gone bad. That happens from time to time. Good luck, hope this helps!
if you want to know what this is the error code is related to
click start control panel administrative tools computer management then select event viewer this may vary depending on what operating system you have extend the events there you will see errors in red you will no what exactly what the error was and at what time it occured you might be able work your way through the problem hope it helps
Ok, take your computer apart!! take all the cords that are connected to it off so you dont shock yourself.. take the side to the case apart.. lay the case on its side so you can see into it.. you should see your (RAM) random access memory or aka memory sticks, depending on the computer there should be anywhere from 2 to 4 slots. the memory itself is green it is like a loing stick, what you need to do is take these out, BUT BE VERY CAREFUL VERY CAREFUL!! when you get the memory out take a cloth with some rubbing alcohol on it and GENTLY rub the brown connectors on the bottom of the memory, let them dry them put them back in, put everything back to gether plug it up and you should be good to g. IF THIS DID NO SOLVE YOUR PROBLEM LET ME KNOW
No you can not plug into your towing wiring harness. It will daage the lighting system. It is a little tricky to explain and usually less trouble to just get magnetic remote lights. If you really want to make the lights on your truck work as described, you will need to connect the wires to each light and install diodes in the lines to prevent the current from back feeding onto your trucks electrical system. There are a few sites on line to search for more info. They call what you are doing is Toad towing. Good luck and I hope this enlightens you a bit.
An RJ22 connector is the same one as you use on your phone. I would say you have a modem card in there. It simply connects to a special plug inside your computer.Perhaps the one built into your motherboard is defective ,or, cannot do faxes.Back in the day when modems were the primary method to connect to the internet, some systems used two modems,one to receive data and one to transmit data since it made the internet connection faster. That may be why you have two. If you want to use it to get on the internet, simply plug your phone line into it.Plug it into the right connector though. Most have a second connection that allows you to plug your phone in as well.It will have a little phone stamped into the steel above the connector.Using it for a fax modem may require special fax software so keep that in mind.
Hi, this can be a common problem, get a small set of side cutters and gently split the plugs to seperate each one. then plug the 2 you need on to the board, turn them sideways so they do not interfere with each other. when pluged on the board you may need to swap them around till they work.
Dont worry if you get them the wrong way around you will not do any harm. note there are no adaptors for these connections.