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Aspire Dreamer X II question

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by mr bubble, Feb 15, 2005.

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  1. mr bubble

    mr bubble Thread Starter

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    I recently bought the aspire Dreamer x 2 case and plugged everything in..I turned on my comp and noticed that the front LCD display wasnt working so i removed the side panel and saw that the wire that powers the LCD wasnt plugged in but im not sure where it plugs into. Its red and black with a white 2 female connector and it says " ksp 2510"
     
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    on the motherboard, usually on the bottom right corner, there is a block of pins. (about 2 rows of 8 pins) It should go there. You will need to consult the manual for the board to find out which pins it goes to.
     
  3. mr bubble

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    I know where where those pins go (h.d.d led,reset switch,ect also the plastic peices at the ends are black where this connection is white) and it wouldnt be labled "ksp 2510" it also has 2 small plastic rail things along the sides like if it plugged onto an adapter.
     
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    the manual of the case should also tell you where it should go
     
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    It didnt come with a manual =(
     
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