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CPF connectors how do I know which end of the plug is +ve or -ve?? does the colouring of the wire give a clue?? one is white and one is green. e.g. for the PWR_LED plug

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  • mightyreal May 31, 2008

    ok that might have been the problem... I'm gonna try plug this baby in now... thanks so much man

  • mightyreal May 31, 2008

    there is life!!! lights and everything! but nothing on screen! the light on the monitor is flashing.... seen it like that before actually... but don't know how to sort it... is it to do with static??

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It should usually say on both the cable, and the board. If not, white is usually +

Posted on May 31, 2008

  • Steven Burn
    Steven Burn May 31, 2008

    If there's nothing on the screen, check the connection to the graphics card, and if it's not an onboard graphics card, try either a different one, or try reseating the card.

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