Question about Compaq Presario 7594 PC Desktop
Ok for the front cable lights etc. Usually the HDD is place in the left corner. You should see the letters HDD somewhere if it's in a different position. Usually the Power LED light go in front of it away from you. All the lettering on the cables should all face you. The power switch is the most important that has to be placed only in the alloted position. If this is plugged in wrongly then nothing will work. At least with the other 2 we mentioned earlier they only have lights working on the front of your case. They're just cosmetic really.and the reset switch will have it's own position too. With the USB ports There should be only 9 pins. One row with five and the other with four. The one with no pin should be to your right. There should be two cables with VCC1 VCC2 D-1 D+1 D-2 D+2 and ground . Usually the colouring for the VCC is red. They go from left to right. VCC then the negative then the positive and then the earth or ground. There should be a spare pin left and the other shouldn't have a pin at all so 8 pins are covered. Lets hope this all works for you. Note some of the lettering i used may differ from what lettering you see on you motherboard.
Posted on Jan 26, 2008
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