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Creative Prodikeys Musical Keyboard PS/2 Plug broken

My Prodikeys PS/2 plug (Computer end) has totally come off and completely broken while pulling it out of PS/2 socket. Can I replace the cable with ususal PS/2 cables as the one in case of this keyboard has five cables instead of four in common keyboards?

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You can replace, just get a usb cable that is equivalent. alot of times you can find a usb extension at a dollar store, eg deals, big lots etc. just use it

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I acidently pulled the cord out and need to know what wires go where. plz help me out with pictures


is the keyboard a ps2 connection. The end of the plug will be purple for keyboard or green for mouse and the computer sockets have similar colors.
(Note ! there is a square plastic piece inside the plug it must match /align with the socket !!!! it is real easy to bend the pins if not aligned correctly be gentle iwhen inserting the plug )

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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PS/2_port

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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/USB
look for the usb symbol and have the usb symbol up on the plug when you plug it in.

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i am assuming you have a usb mouse and a PS2 connection on the computer. If this is the case then you need a female usb to ps2 mouse adapter
So that the mouse cable plugs into the USB female connection and the male ps/2 plug end goes int othe female ps2 port on the computer.
If this is the case you have the wrong converter the chester will convert a ps/2 on the mouse or keyboard to a usb on the back of the computer.. Can you tell us what sort of mouse you are trying to connect does the end of the cable have a usb plug on it a bit like the blue usb plug in your picture.
If this is the case then you need a female usb to ps2 mouse adapter
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Inow how to install a power supla for a compac cuputer


>Unplug computer from wall outlet.
>Open side panel on case.
>Unplug all cables from your hard drive(s), DVD drive(s), and cooling fans. Also, the main motherboard power cable plugged into the motherboard; it's a wide plug with numerous cables coming out of it and will be a bit hard to unplug. Do not pull on the cables themselves, grasp the plastic plug and work it off the motherboard socket. There may also be a snap catch that you have to press while pulling.
>There are 4 screws on the rear of the computer that hold the power supply in place. back those out. Make sure the power supply doesn't just fall. Usually there is a small ledge that it rests on but no guarantee on that.
>Remove the PS. Usually they just slide out, but sometimes it is a bit tricky to free it from the case if the PS hits the rear of the DVD drive; you just have to work with it.
>Slide in the new PS, mount it with the screws and replug all the cables. If you arent't sure, label the cable plugs and where they go with bits of masking tape, it will help you remember which cable goes to which socket. Check on the rear of the new PS, there may be an on/off switch. If there is, turn it on. Do not get confused with the 120/240 USA/European converter switch! Leave it on 120v for American power.
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  3. if you are not in such a hurry, re plug the end again and tape it with the vga cable to hold it in place.

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Driver for PS/2 compatible mouse for tower PC HP compaq dx7300 were not found and not installed in my PC.


PS/2 compatible mouse drivers are generic drivers already install when the Operating System to your PC. You don't need any extra PS/2 drivers!! "

Check your mousePS/2 pins & PS/2 socket -> Pins..Dented..Broken?
Mouse could be faulty. Try replacing another PS/2 mouse to your PC.

If the PS/2 socket is faulty, you can use a USB mouse too.

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That is a very quick and easy fix. I believe you may suffer the constant blowing of your signal light right? (I had it so bad that at some point they would break the same day)
Here the good news you do not need to buy them from GM directly at the cost of 80 dollars plus. You will need to find an ACDelco LS115 Socket at any Lordco or other Car Part shop. That should cost around 30 dollars.
The replacing of this is very straight forward. There are two slats on the back of your headlight (white) which clamp the light to the frame. All you do is pull these up and remove them from the pins they are on and pull the whole headlight assembly out. (total of 15 second deal)
Then take the plastic cover of the signal light bay rotate the signal light socket to the left and pull carefully. Pull out the Bulb (if you need it and it works) then remove the little plug on the other end of the socket (the plug with the cables for power to the socket) and attach it to the new socket. Insert bulb place headlight assembly in place the white slats back on the pins and clamp the headlight assembly back to the frame...
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The socket is rather like a DIMM socket on a computer. It has a flat, black, clasp which is folded down to hold the ribbon cable in the socket. - Examine carefully the way the ribbon cable is attached to the socket. Note that it is pushed in entirely, so that the wider part of the cable (with two holes at either side of it) is flush against the socket. - GENTLY lift the clasp (I used the flathead screwdriver). It should swivel up and the ribbon cable should fall out. DO NOT YET PULL THE RIBBON OUT OF THE CAMERA. Step 7. Totally remove the LCD - Tape a long, narrow strip of paper to the end of the ribbon cable. This paper is to help you thread the ribbon cable of the new LCD back through the inside of the camera. - Note how the ribbon cable is threaded under the tripod mount to the front of the camera. Wiggle it around a bit, get a feel for it. Sliding the new one back through is a bit tough, so experiment with how this one fits and where it goes. - Gently pull the ribbon cable out from under the tripod mount, leaving the broken LCD screen now completely detached from the camera. Make sure to leave the paper threaded through the camera so that you can tape it to the new LCD?s ribbon cable and pull that one back through. - If you messed up with the paper, don?t worry. You can still push the new ribbon cable through: it just takes some wriggling and some time! Finishing. - You have now got to go through the process in reverse, installing the new LCD screen. - Threading the LCD ribbon cable back under the tripod mounting screw is tough. Just keep sliding it back and forth and exert pressure to push it through. It will go through, eventually. - As you connect the LCD ribbon cable, read the ?white screen? problem below, so that you do not suffer from it! FAQ 1. My screen just shows white or gray. 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