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Internal i went to change my tower little did i know the towers were built backwerds, when i put it all back together it worked fine BUT i have no sound now

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    i think its the wire not shur

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The motherboard mounting stand-off (metallic) might be shorting the connections on the mobo check that out.

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  • 2 Press the "On/Off" button on the front of the tower. If the computer will not boot and the fan does not turn on, the fuse may be burned out.
  • 3 Unplug the power cord from the rear of the tower.
  • 4 Turn the tower on its side and remove the Phillips-head screws connecting the back panel to the Aspire L100's cabinet.
  • 5 Pull out the motherboard assembly gently from the back of the cabinet. The internal fuse is located on the motherboard behind the DC power jack, which is to the right of the monitor jack.

  • Read more: Fuse Location on Acer Aspire L100 ' eHow.co.uk http://www.ehow.co.uk/how_7815704_fuse-location-acer-aspire-l100.html#ixzz1XUVwmxuA

  • 3 Unplug the power cord from the rear of the tower.
  • 4 Turn the tower on its side and remove the Phillips-head screws connecting the back panel to the Aspire L100's cabinet.
  • 5 Pull out the motherboard assembly gently from the back of the cabinet. The internal fuse is located on the motherboard behind the DC power jack, which is to the right of the monitor jack.

  • Read more: Fuse Location on Acer Aspire L100 ' eHow.co.uk http://www.ehow.co.uk/how_7815704_fuse-location-acer-aspire-l100.html#ixzz1XUVwmxuA

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