When I was moveing my Acer 550 veriton i drop it now i had to replace the case. The only thing that i can not work out is the way that the pins for the sound and the front speaker out socket and the mic.If you or any one else can explain the pin lay out for my computer it would mean a great deal to me. Thanks in advance.
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sir the pin hole is the best solution but since u r unable to find it then the only solution remains to unscrew the DVD and check the door opening belt is not broken\stuck... just move it a little bit and the hatch may open... but before going through it please try to strike ur DVD with your hands a little bit while pressing the eject button repeatedly... this might help in moving the stuck belt inside... rate this solution if you watch awesome movies on your newly repaired DVD regards....
How to open an Acer Veriton N260G
here is a link to the schematics it describes how to open it, configure bios, and everything you need to know, open it and then save it to your desktop
basically you have 1 screw that holds the side cover, that has to be removed after that side will come off and you have access to components, most of them are attached by clips.
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The connections are printed on the edge of the MoBo under the pins. With the back panel on your left the front panel connector pins are on the bottom right bottom row should be (from left to right) PWRLED PWRSW The row above HDDLED RSSW
If you are comfortable with opening the case, you can try this: Unplug the power supply, make sure are constantly grounded (touching metal)remove add-in video card. Locate the "Clear CMOS" jumper (usually 3 pins in a row with two shorted via a plastic jumper). Remove the jumper and short the other 2 pins (if originally pins 1-2 with 3 open, short 2-3 with 1 open) for a few seconds. Then replace on original pins. Plug monitor into motherboard video port and power on. If it works, you can leave as is or try to re-install your video card following the same precautions when opening the case and probably changing BIOS settings to utilize the add-on card.
I assume this is an ATX motherboard. Most cases should work. I think most cases come with a power supply but if not make sure yours will fit. I like cases with at least three drive bays which give room for expansion. The biggest problem I see with switching cases is connecting the wires for power button, hard drive LED, re-set button etc. to the motherboard. Maybe you will get a schematic with the case. Some boards are not marked very clearly in this area. You will need a magnifying glass to read this information on the MOBO. Trace the different colored wires back to the case to see what they do.