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Old 05-23-2009, 02:02 AM   #11
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Was this computer working before you attached the wires wrong, or is it a computer you just assembled?
it was working before i attached the wrong pins. so what is your conclusion?
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I have no conclusion yet. . .

What were you doing that you needed to move the wires in the first place?
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I have no conclusion yet. . .

What were you doing that you needed to move the wires in the first place?
It's a process of elimination in order to diagnose an issue.
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I have no conclusion yet. . .

What were you doing that you needed to move the wires in the first place?
i saw so much dust inside of my cooler. i unpluged all the wire in order to take the motherboard from the case, so i can have a good visual to clean up the cooler. after that i forgot how to re-plug the wire, thus, i screwed up.

i i think there is no way i can fix it, unless i buy a new motherboard.
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