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OK, you say you found the power pins and reattached it, there should be a number of other pins in that area, if you look closely there should be markings around the pins on the board itself, they are abbreviated but should be identifiable to reattach the other pins. Also if you have any problems let me know what motherboard is in your unit, I think it is an MSI, also are you sure its a 3033 and not a 3303 model. As to your monitor, are you using a add on video card or the built in device?
Posted on Feb 08, 2008
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