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Sata cables on both ends have female connectors. Just find a "L" shaped connector on the back of your cd rom and to the motherboard( usually about the size of a usb connector but narrower a little bit, sometimes color blue or black depending on the brand of your motherboard with a lable on it like "sata 1" or "sata2" ) and connect the cables on each end. Ther's only one connector at the back of the cd rom but on the motherboard, you can choose any sata connector available.

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Picture of hp m8100y mother board sata and cd rom cable


see this webpage
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I need to know where to plug in on motherboard


If its having sata connection you can see sata ports on *********** board using sata cable

1.Pic of sata cable

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2.Pic of Sata ports on mother board

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You can connect any one of the ports. and you need to go to bios and enable the sata ports if its not done already..


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See the pics below

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I need to hook up a CD drive to my computer. I have a P5GC MX/133 mother board, two 256 gig hard drives and 3 1/2 disk drive. I would preferr not to diconnect any of the ubove


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CD ROM DETECTION PROBLEM


LEAVE YOU hard drive on primary master port on your main board set as master or single drive ( IF YOU HAVE A STATA HARD DRIVE THEN DONT WORRY ABOUT THAT PART)

SET YOUR FIRST DRIVE AS MASTER
SET THE SECOND AS SECONDARY
use the jumber in the back of the drive to set them the propper setting is labeled on the drive it self

Connect them to the secondary port on your motherboard
so you should have

HARD DRIVE - MASTER OR SINGLE *jumper settiing* connected to the primary port on your main board

DRIVE 1 = MASTER *jumper settiing*
DRIVE 2 = SLAVE *jumpersetting*
connected to the secondary port on your mother board

IF YOU HAVE A SATA HARD DRIVE FORGET THE PARTS ABOUT HARD DRIVES ABOVE
i assumed you had a IDE hard drive

JUST USE THE SETTINGS FOR THE DRIVES and it should work :)

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