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Try checking your data cable. There are two cables in your monitor. A power cable and a data cable. The power cable is connected to the wall outlet while the data cable is connected to your computer. Try resetting the connection or checking the connection if it's plugged in properly. Make sure that you can check both end (computer and monitor).
Turn off the computer before you begin making connections.
Make sure the cable modem is up and running with your service before you
attempt to make the computer connection.
Connect the coaxial cable from the wall outlet into the back
of the cable modem where it is marked "Cable" and has the male coaxial
connection. Use an extension coaxial cable if necessary to reach the
Connect the CAT 5 networking cable from the cable modem where
it is marked "PC" (or something similar) and connect the other end into
the back of your computer where the networking card is. These
connections are RJ-45 connections that look like oversized telephone
jacks. If you also have telephone service through your cable provider,
you will want to connect the telephone line into the port on the back of
the cable modem marked "Telephone."
Connect the power cord into the back of the cable modem and
plug it into a power strip with power surge protection. The modem should
power on by itself once it is plugged in. It will cycle through a power
on self test and then make the connection to your cable Internet
provider. Once the lights indicating power and cable are green, you are
ready for Step 5. It could take several minutes for the modem to connect
to your service provider.
Turn on the computer and test out your Internet connection. Should your computer still have a problem connecting to the web you may need to reset your cable modem. You will find a small recessed
button the size of the head of a ballpoint pen either on the back or
front of the modem. This button will be marked "Reset." Pushing it once
will allow the modem to reboot and reset all its connections. Turn off
the computer before resetting the modem to allow the computer to flush
all the networking connections out of its memory as well.
If the power goes out and your connection is not restored when it comes
back on, always reboot the devices in this order: cable modem first,
Keep the cable modem where it can get proper ventilation.
Call your cable Internet provider if you get frequent interruptions to
your cable Internet service and rebooting the modem does not solve the
> Blue 15 pin or white 16 pin colour port is for monitor.
> 3 pin female port is for power cable for Computer Tower
>3 pin male power cable is for monitor
> Purple and green colour port is for Keyboard and mouse if they are ps2 (round connector) if usb then connect in any usb port.
>Small 3 colour ports Pink,Green,Blue is for sound.Connect only the Green colour cable coming from speaker to green port
>Connect the speaker Adapter cable to the wall socket for supplying power to speakers.
> RJ45 (Ehternet port-port which looks like phone connector but little bigger will connect Internet cable if you have internet.
Look for two wide-and-flat "ribbon" cables connected to the motherboard. One cable will connect to the "back" of your CD/DVD drive. The other cable will connect to the "back' of your disk-drive.
If you don't see any such "ribbon" cables, look for two wide-as-your-pinky-finger's-nail cables connected to the motherboard. One cable will connect to the "back" of your CD/DVD drive. The other cable will connect to the "back' of your disk-drive.
There also may be a "ribbon" cable between the motherboard and the "back" of the 3.5" diskette drive; such a cable will have a "twist" in some of the leads in the ribbon-cable. Obviously, your diskette-drive is _NOT_ your hard-drive.
power down cable modem, router, and computer. Connect ethernet cable from modem to router/ and connect ethernet cable from router to PC. Power up cable modem first, after modem shows connectivity, plug in router. After router shows internet connectivity, start computer. Be sure that you LAN card operable
You are supplied with a Composite
AV cable which would typically look like the below image
Connect the AV Multi Out Connector
to the socket on the back of your PS3 Console.
Match the colors of the Jacks with
the connectors on the TV which says "Video in".
Connecting with an HDMI
HDMI cable is not supplied with the PS3. You need to purchase it
seperately. This cable would enhance the audio-video quality of your
Just connect one end of the
connector to the HDMI OUT connector socket on the back of the console
Connect the other end to the
socket on the back of your TV which says HDMI IN.
Connecting with an
You need to purchase an Optical cable if you wish to connect your PS3
console through a digital audio device (Home theater, AV receiver
etc.,). You need to connect Video ouput seperately with a help of Video
output cable (HDMI, AV Cable etc.,)
Connect one end of the optical
cable to "Audio Out" socket on the console
Connect the other end to the audio
Note: You can also connect your console to the
Internet to use the Playstation 3 internet capabilities. Here's how
you do it:
The Playstation 3 only supports 10BASE-T, 100BASE-TX and 1000BASE-T type
networks. It needs a High speed internet connection. Do not connect it
to a standard telephone connection or cables that are not supported.
It might cause a malfunction or damage to the system.
Cable has changed it's policy and standards many times in the past
if you have a cable modem you will most certanly need to decide
if you're going to be using the cat5 ethernet connection or the USB connection cable
if you have an onboard ethernet adaptor or a PCI ethernet adaptor
it's best if you use the cat5 connection of the cable modem
if you have no ethernet adaptor , you will need to use the USB connection of the cable modem
and connect that to your computer , which will most deffinately require that you have working
USB ports and at least service pack 2 loaded to enable USB 2.0 , and a driver from the cable
modems driver CD
if you're using a router , use the cat5 connection of the cable modem
( make sure you contact your ISP to walk you through the setup proceedures )
check if a cable is connected well the light will blink on the ethernet port. After that you cant see the whether the cable is connected just go to the My Network places(if you are using the microsoft windows) and goto network connections and local arear connections, right click it,and go to properties , now you can see the select button with message like (show icon in taskbar when connected ) just select it apply all the setting which is changed and close it reconnect the cable now you can see the message when is cable is connected