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Power Cable & Plug location for T5810 to Nvidia Titan x

Q: Power Cable & Plug location for T5810 to Nvidia Titan x

T5810 upgrade to Titan X GPU which requires one 8-pin & one 6-pin connector for power. I ordered an 8-pin to 6+8-pin cable as suggested by searches. It plugs perfectly into the GPU but has no place to plug in on the PSU board:
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It does not fit into the 8-pin spot on the lower left. It fits in the 10-pin spot with the bottom two left open, but does not work. The power light flashes amber.
Is there another way to power the GPU with this PSU board?

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I can't find the specs on the supplementary power connectors in Precision T5810 workstations. The only online resource that confirms that there are supplementary power connectors available on a T5810 to power video cards is http://www.kapit.or.kr/conference/2015/k3-2.pdf ...

see slide 5 - "New! Enabling consumer graphics cards with supplementary power connectors on top"
on slide 9 - "Up to 300W professional graphics"

I want to use a NVIDIA GTX Titan X card. The card specs state the following (see http://www.geforce.com/hardware/desktop-gpus/geforce-gtx-titan-x/specifications):

Graphics card power: 250W
Minimum system power requirement: 600W
Supplementary power connectors: 6-pin + 8-pin

I am assuming the 685W power supply available on the Precision T5810 has enough juice to power this NVIDIA card.
Could someone please confirm whether a 6-pin and an 8-pin supplementary power connectors are available on a T5810?

A:Supplementary Power Connectors in Precision T5810 - for NVIDIA GTX Titan X video card

The way many vendors handle this is to have a 2 X 6 pin to 8 pin connector and then need 1 more.
Aka 75W X 3 = 225W + 75W from the x16 slot = 300W
If the supply has 4 6 pin connectors then you are fine.
If it only has 2 then the supply is too small.
The standard power supply is only 685W.
 

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Can I plug in the power cable to a sata drive (already connected to sata port on mobo), while the computer is on.

With that drive connected Windows will not boot (I never have had a problem with the drive before, even when installing windows). If I remember right, a few years ago, I moved the pagefile to that drive, and it also had a boot.ini file on it (for some reason) I wonder if that is the problem (never until now), because when that drive is installed windows hangs at starting windows.

A:Plug in a sata power cable

If the SATA controller is set to AHCI mode, and the SATA port the drive is on is set to allow "hot-swap", then yes you could. If not, then no you can't.

You should post a screenshot of your Disk Management window with the problem drive connected. Expand the window so everything can be read.

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Hello,
I am having trouble with the prongs where the power cable is plugged in on the back of the tower. The computer does not come on unless I jiggle the prongs. The computer stays on just fine, then, so long as I don't turn it off. If I have to turn it off, then to get it on the next time, I have to jiggle the prongs again. I have already replaced the power cord, so I know it's not that. Have you ever heard of this happening? Is it possible to replace this part?
Thank you for your help! Maggie
 

A:plug for power cable on back of tower

That power cable goes into the power supply. If the cable is good, there is something wrong with the prongs of the power supply. Do you have a spare to swap to confirm?
 

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Just got my new PC, but when i plug in hdmi and power cable it starts up but no signal on monitor?
 

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Hey guys, I'm new here; I'm having a problem that is bothering me, I recently installed windows 8.1 on my alienware 17x R2, the problem is the laptop never shutdown and still running !, also when I unplug the power cable then plug it back again the windows freeze ! , Note that the battery on my laptop is nearly dead; I wasn't have a problem like this with windows 7, please advice, thanks

A:Windows 8.1 Freeze on shutdown and plug/unplug power cable

Right click the battery icon in the taskbar. Then, click power options. Then choose what the power button does. Click Change settings that are currently unavailable. Finally, uncheck turn on fast startup.

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Hello,

We are looking to upgrade our T5810 with 2 GTX 1080s and thus also with a standard ATX PSU. Now I read a lot about Dell's Motherboards having proprietary power connectors. As far as I've seen I need 2 connectors:
20 pin (main power "p1-p2")
10 pin (CPU power "p5-p6")
So my questions are:

is the 20 pin connector proprietary ? (i think so? Not all pins seem to be used)
How to supply the 10 pin connecctor with a standard PSU? Which adapters do I need to use?
Is there anything else I should be careful about? :)

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NVIDIA have announced details for their latest, most powerful graphics card for the consumer market, the TITAN X. With a price-tag of $1,200, it will surely only interest those with enough cash, and patience who held out for the card after the recent release of the GeForce GTX 1080.

The new enthusiast-level Pascal card replaces last year's similarly, and now confusingly, named GeForce GTX TITAN X. The new card has a shorter and simpler name, the NVIDIA TITAN X.

Under its shell, the TITAN X contains 3,584 CUDA cores running at 1.53GHz. This compares to 3,072 cores at 1.08GHz in the previous TITAN card. NVIDIA argues the new card performs 60% faster than its predecessor.

Here are the specs for the TITAN X:

NVIDIA CUDA? Cores - 3584Base Clock/Boost Clock (MHz) - 1417/153112 GB of GDDR5X memory (480 GB/s) (384-bit)
Height-Length (2-slots): 4.376-10.5-inches, 11.12-26.65cmPower Usage/Recommended PSU: 250w/650w1 8-pin and 1 6-pin power supply connectors11 TFLOPS FP3244 TOPS INT8 (new deep learning inferencing instruction)12B transistors
Source: NVIDIA announces power-packed TITAN X graphics card

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Hi,
Is it possible to plug-in an Nvidia Titan X graphic card in a Precision T5610 with 825W PSU ?
On the PCI slot, it's written "225W max": but this is for the basic 650W PSU;
the Titan X may use up to 244W; may the 825W PSU supports it ?
I've actually seen some T5610 sold a few years ago on amazon with a Titan X inside; but is it really supported by Dell ?
Thank you for your answers !
Best
Christophe

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Hi, Im having problems with my graphics card Nvidia Geforce GTX TITAN. The problems started 2 weeks ago when playing a game and the computer just froze and i had to power off the computer manually to restart.

Since then my desktop has been looking like the picture below with green dots that move around when i put the mouse over them on the screen.

I have been reading through alot of forums and tried alot of different things to solve this but with no luck.

I have tried to uninstall drivers and then reinstall older drivers, i have tried using Ccleaner, Malware Bytes and Avast.

Fail safe with display driver uninstaller, i have even made a fresh install of Windows.

I cleaned the graphics card with air can.

Now Im out of ideas the card was pretty expensive so i really dont want to give up trying until i know that its broken. The place where i bought the GPU is also closed for the summer... The card is about 3 years old.

Sometimes when i start up the computer theres a fan running at high speed, sometimes until i restart the computer and sometimes it just runs fast for a few seconds then stops.

My best guess from doing some research is that the Ram on the GPU is bad and i tried to test it using a program but i couldnt select my Geforce in the drop down since Windows disabled it.

All help is really appreciated.

Regards Andreas

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If you are curious about the performance of this $3000 GPU, you can check out a benchmark >>here<<.

The Titan Z does not look good in its current state since the AMD R9 295X performs basically the same for $1500 less and only takes 2 slots rather than the Titan Z's 3 slots. Overall though, the benchmark is worth a look.
 

A:Nvidia GeForce GTX Titan Z Benchmark

It's a monstrous compute card though.
 

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I am using a Alienware Area 51 R2 with 2 Titan X cards with Windows 10. This computer is being used for VR. The newest drivers from Nvidia  (which I need for direct VR) are not working. They crash as soon as I use the SLI mode. The driver that does works in SLI mode (but not direct VR) is 10.18.13.5598. On the support site from Dell they only have a much older driver: 10.18.13.5382. I presume that Dell (Alienware) must have systems that are VR ready that do have newer drivers that work. Please advise if and how I can update these drivers so that they will work properly in a VR (direct) system. Note : Am using it with the HTC Vive HMD.
Many thanks,

Etienne

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I am unable to find how many Amphere is the current rating for Dell T5810.?

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I am looking to upgrade the workstation to run 2 x 1080Ti, each requiring 2 x 8-pin power supply. I discovered that the current power distribution board (part number M6NP2) only has 1 8-pin power output and obviously i need more. 
I discovered that power distribution board part number MGW39 has 3 8-pin power output and I would like to know if these parts are interchangeable on a T5810. 
P.S. I currently uses a 825W PSU part number RHHKV and it should power the rig no problem. 

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In a strange turn of events, Nvidia elected to use Epic Games' media event (instead of its own last night) at the Game Developers Conference to reveal its newest flagship graphics card, the Titan X.

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A:Nvidia crashes Epic Games' media event, announces Titan X graphics card

Soo... What are the chances of a 6GB "980Ti" variant? A bit like the 780Ti was to the Titan Black?
Because it would be better for games and a hell of a lot cheaper

If the rumor mill is to be believed, the price is going to be $1,349, Most people who buy this for gaming will have no use of the double precision floating point prowess of the card, and the few that would probably should have spent a couple hundred extra bucks to get a proper Quadro!
 

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I verified the PSU is good.
I removed all drives, all cards, even memory.
All the fans spin for a moment then nothing they stop.

I assume the MB is now destroyed? A GTX 260 has two 6 pin power connectors, since the PSU only had one 6 pin power connector, I thought to try it.

MB is Asus P5QC
So is it dead?

A:Plug in GTX 260, hooked up one 6 pin power plug, motherboard wont post

Did you read the GTX 260 manual to see if it has to have the two connectors on?
This is an old MB, so it has a story. Tell us how did you get it and what memory, GPU etc it has before.
With no memory it won't boot. Do you have a speaker connected to the MB so you can hear the beeps when you turn it on?
Witch power supply you have? GTX 260 requires 500W as minimum.

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My computer's main power supply is an average 1250 watt unit, which is sadly not enough to power both my computer and the video cards that are in it, as a Titan X (Nvidia Reference design) and Titan Z (Dell OEM card pulled from Area-51 R2) draw about half of that under load on their own. This is why I use an external 12v server PSU to provide the top power to the GPU's in my PC. The external PSU usually works great, and has never had issues with providing the Titan X power.
The external PSU has a Gigampz adapter on it to convert it into PCI power connectors for use with GPU's and such. I have a relay attached to the 5 volt power pin coming from a Molex drive power cable, which allows the relay to switch off when the PC's main power supply is turned off (also turning off the 12v external PSU attached to the system).
The rather frightening issue is, however, that when powering the Titan Z, the external power supply does not switch off anymore, and neither do the fans or LED's on the card. This leads me to believe that somehow the Titan Z has a botched power delivery system that is feeding either 5 volts or 12 volts through the PCIe slot back into the system, which is an issue for obvious reasons (endangering my motherboard, and the GPU itself, among other things).
When the PC's main power supply cuts, the relay controlling the external PSU does not loose power, meaning that even though the system's internal power supply is off, there is still somehow... Read more

A:Dell OEM Titan Z Sending Power Across the PCIe Bus

Secondary 3rd party power supply is not produced or supported by dell nor is it UL / CSA / VDE safety certified.  

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I have an external hard drive Seagate backup plus 1 tb working fine with Sony vaio E15136 win 8.1 64 bit 4gb Ram. As long as I change the power supply i.e either plug in or plug out the power supply of my laptop, external drive is re-detected.
The external drive draws power from laptop.No external power source.
In case of USB pen drives this thing didn't happen.
Looking for any solution or explanation?

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My Yoga S1 has contradictory, intermittent power issues that I'm trying to chase down. Culprits are bad power bric/cord/plug or power socket on mother board or power board that feeds into power button/led on. One day it blacked out and wouldn't restart to hard drive or windows stage. I did get an error code which I can't remember 5100 or 5500 poss?, that seemed to indicate the power board or ribbons to that needed replacement or re-attachment. So fiddled with it and it did fire up in windows all ok. Then ran out of power and died again. power button wouldn't light up. plugging in power unit did light up led as getting charge. Left it overnight and then it miraculously charged up. pushed power button light up twice then nothing. took out power board/detached ribbon, then it fired up to windows, fixed some hd errors and has been restarting without problems. Except now there is no plug showing on battery icon when plugged in. So not recharging but I'm sure the battery is good. And logically, the power brick and plug must be feeding electricity into laptop to get it to recharge enough to start up. So power socket and plug may be suspect with intermittent contact problems. Or the power board somehow is involved in this? I've ordered a new powerboard as easy screw in and cheap. My question about powerboard is does this control ability of plug to charge battery? power brick with new plug is next order from ebay. but the power socket, which see... Read more

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I have constant crushes when using my google crome how do i fix this issue I have Windows XP.

A:Unresponsive Plug-in location: unknown

By "Crush" do you mean Crash? And what crashes? Chrome or your whole PC? if it's just Chrome crashing, does this happen with other browsers (ex) IE? Do a System Restore to a time before this happened. Or Uninstall Chrome and restart the computer and reinstall it.

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ok same problem opened pc to !o ram because of beeping. wires not connected.HELP please

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Sorry I don't know the proper terms, but basically the pin inside the jack where the power cord gets plugged into on my laptop was bent so that it's really hard for me to plug in my power cord and have it stay in place. My warranty with best buy has expired, so I need to figure out how to solve this problem on my own. I can't just leave it like this because the cord comes out really easily and I can't continue to work with such a tenuous setup. Anyway, is this just a matter of replacing the entire unit inside my laptop? I know you probably need more information, but I'm not sure what to provide, so please ask any questions. The laptop is a Toshia M-45, about 3-4 years old. Thanks in advance
 

A:Bent power supply pin - Hard to plug in power cord

umm.. bend it back so it's closer to normal? That's all I can say about it. usually works for me.
 

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Pc is hp b6840 but no idea wgerectge actual disk drice is either
 

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This is probably very simple, but I can't figure it out. Iam building a system around a new Intel D955XBK motherboard, which has the integrated audio, and I cannot determine where to plug the little audio cable that connects to the CD-ROM drive. In my old system there was a port on the audio card for it.
 

A:Where do you plug the audio cable?

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Hi all,

I have a Linksys Wireless router WRT54G, the instructions say to click the cable from the cable modem, into the Internet port on router. What if I don't have a cable modem and I want to click a cable from the data jack on the wall into the router? Do I still plug it in the Internet port or do I click it in one of the other ports? Thank you in advance for your help.

-afs16554-
 

A:where to plug cable in wireless router?

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Hi

Can an expert out there tell me how to resolve this problem:

I plug in a LAN cable to my laptop but apparently Win 7 can't detect it. However it does detect the wireless connect and automatically connect to it.

Please help. I'm a noob when coming to Win 7 and Computer stuff.

Thanks.

By the way, I'm using a Linksys router. Please let me know if I need any other information to help resolve the problem. Thanks

A:Can't Detect LAN Wire Even After Plug in Cable

Are you certain that the driver for the LAN connection is installed?

Either Windows update or the manufacture of your laptop should have a driver for the LAN connection.

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Hello guys , i have a problem with my desktop pc and I really can't find a solution to it. Recently , I started to get dc and the only way of making it work again was to turn off my modem, wait 10 seconds and then restart the pc. Recently i was downloading a game from steam and after 3/25 gb it dc again. Troubleshooter reported 2 problems. The first with an red x stating that an ethernet cable is not properly plugged in or it might be broken (my cable is new and it works fine) and one with a yellow triangle stating that local area connection doesn't have a valid ip configuration. Ok so I gave up and did 2 things: first i checked my hardware. They said it works perfectly . Then I unplugged my modem thinking that this was the problem. I plugged the cable directly into my pc and had to use dial-up connection. Ok , i entered the user and pass , connected and after a few days of perfect connection i've decided to resume the download. After downloading another gb it crashed again . So out of frustration i took my pc to my friend and used his connection for the download . It worked perfectly . Now i am back home and guess what? After trying to download a large file it crashed again and now it won't even connect back. i. Have never seen something like this , it just collapses if it uses up more that 3-4 mb/s . Now the troubleshooter says the swme about the cable and the ip . My settings are to obtain an automatic ip ... My driver is fine , my cable is fine , wireless on laptop wor... Read more

A:Plug an ethernet cable into this computer ????

I would first try power cycling both the modem and router. unplug both and wait about a minute; then plug the modem back in first; and let that boot; then plug the router back in and let it boot. Also, check for a firmware upgrade for your router. If there is one; download and install it. Once that is done.I would go into the device manager in the control panel and uninstall any either net related connections and or devices. Any onboard network cards; uninstall them and let reboot and let windows hopefully detect it and reinstall the proper drivers, etc for it. Try any or all of these things and see if they help ya out any.

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Hi their first of all my computer spec:

I have a thermaltake supranoVB1000SWS case, Asus P5KC motherboard, windows 7 ultimate 64bit, Intel Quad core Q6600 CPU, 2GB corsair XMS DDR2 800mhz RAM, 1TB Samsung spinpoint hard-drive, DVD-drive

what it is, I bought my new case ( the thermaltake supranoVB1000SWS) a couple of weeks ago, so obviously I had to swap all my hardware into it from my older case.
Everything worked perfectly in my older case, its when I swapped everything to my new case that I started having problems with my DVD drive.
When I connect the IDE and power cable upto it, and switch my computer on their is no power getting to the drive, well no lights light up, flicker or do anything.
But once i turn my computer off and remove the IDE cable, but leave the power cable in, the DVD drive powers up, the draw opens and closes like normal, it only doesnt come on when the IDE cable is plugged in.

The DVD drive is set to master, this is IDE
My hard-drive is SATA so thats automatically goes to master.

The dvd drive is not detected in the BIOS ( revision 1203)

I have checked the IDE connector on the motherboard its-self and none of the pins or damaged or bent etc, I have even tried a new IDE cablr but the same happens.

Please can you help me thank you.
 

A:DVD drive not working when plug IDE cable into it.

arnie2009 said:


The DVD drive is set to master, this is IDE.Click to expand...

Had a similar problem moving an optical drive to the secondary IDE port on new computer a while ago. Had to change the jumper on the drive from Master to Cable Select (CS) to get it to work. It might be worth trying on your computer. You would need an IDE cable that supports CS with gray and black connectors for the drives.
 

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I plug in vga cable and nothing shows up. I've tested with a laptop and it work fine it showed up. So it's not the wire or the Monitor . It's the computer but idk what

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i have Asus X450JF with windows 8.1 pro 64bit. everytime i turn on the laptop, and i plug the HDMI cable, there is no sound on my TV even in the playback devices. i unplug and replug the cable then the sound appeared on my TV. i already tried many drivers (from intel and the asus manufactured drivers) but i still to plug twice the cable to get the sound on my TV.
is this a bug or there is something wrong with the HDMI?

A:Windows 8.1 HDMI cable must plug twice to get sound on TV

No other HDMI device (monitor/TV) to test? Tried a different cable? It could be the TV not detecting it until it gets the hand shake by plugging the cable in.

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I am not sure:

Can I plug-in (and -out) a SATA cable (to hard disc) from (ASUS) motherboard slot when computer is running?

Or will this cause a damage to hardware?

Peter

A:Can I plug-in SATA cable when computer is running?

If your sata controllers are in AHCI mode. It's called 'hot plugging'. Although I only do it if necessary.

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Hi!

I'm having trouble connecting to the internet with my Acer Aspire laptop using an ASDL cable coming from a router.

The account username and password are set up. When I insert the ADSL ethernet cable in to my laptop, and click 'Connect' in the dial up box, it goes through the dialling, check password etc, and in 2 seconds, I am online, and it shows as connected in the bottom right of the screen, with the speed (100Mps).

Then, my laptop just freezes. The mouse won't move, and everything is frozen. not even the Ctrl Alt Del works. I've left it at least 20 minutes and nothing happens so I have to reset. On re-startup, it goes to a blue screen and prompts to run a file check of FAT 32(?).

Have tried this a few times, all with the same result. I usually connect via WIFI at home, but I am in Beijing for 2 weeks, using a friends internet cable. Works fine on his laptop (this one- ThinkPad X41) so not the internet thats causing the problem. Have connected to the interent via cable before in England with no such probs (although that was with a USB cable - not sure if that makes any difference?)

If anyone could help, I'd be so grateful - really need my laptop. I'm using Windows XP, and have the basic Norton Security service that comes on a free trial basis with most new laptops.

Thanks in hope...

Richie.
 

A:Laptop crashes when plug in ASDL cable...

I would check your computer for a virus or spyware before looking at any other causes. Freezing up after connecting to the internet may be a sign there is a trojan virus or other ansty at work.
 

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I'm trying to set up my modem/router on a different cable outlet, and on the original one, we're using a modem that does our phone as well, I'm trying to set up a normal modem in another outlet, but when I set it up, all I get is "Limited Connectivity," I've tried with ethernet and wireless. I use that outlet for cable TV, is that same outlet not compatible with Internet?

I really need some help with this, I don't know anything about networking..

So any help would be appreciated, thanks!
 

A:Solved: Cable plug not Internet compatible?

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How do I configure/organize the wires in a plug to create an ethernet Receptacle/Wall Plug?

Thank you.
 

A:Wire Configuration for CAT5 Cable in Plug?

check this link http://www.lanshack.com/make-cat5E.asp
 

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so a couple of weeks ago my internet stopped working wirelessly, after restarting, and doing everything i could thing of i plugged it in to the router and it decided to work but the wireless still wont.

its like my network card isnt even there, everyone else in the house can connect fine, but nothing is showing up for me. i downloaded xirrus wifi inspecter, but that couldnt even detect a card. nore can the device manager.

Can anyone help me fix this, i hate sitting on the kitchen benchtop to do my browsing
 

A:Internet wont work, but does if i plug in cable

the xirrus cannot find the adapter

make and exact model of the pc

lets see a device manager screen shot
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Device Manager
Post back the results in device manager
You will now need to take a screen shot and copy that back to the working PC.
Save the file to a USB flash drive or other removable media. Plug it into the working computer with internet access and copy the screen shot and attach the screen shot in a reply on the forum here.

how to access device manager for different windows versions
http://www.computerhope.com/issues/ch000833.htm

Hold the Windows key and press Pause key, should open to allow device manager to be seen

on a laptop you may need to use Hold the Windows key and press FN key + the pause key

if this does not work then -

Windows 7 or Vista
Click on the Start Orb
In the Start Search box type
device manager and then press enter

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Start > control Panel {Vista set to classic view}> system > {Vista, device manager on left hand side} {XP hardware Tab, device manager button} >
windows 7
start > control panel> System and Security> Device Manager
network adaptors, click on the + > post back the devices listed there
are there any ! ? or X
post a screen shot of the device manager - network adapters

To post a screen shot of the active window.
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I have a laptop that i received from my father about 5 months or so, it's pretty old because it was the vista model and I usually play games like LoL, SC Brood war, Warcraft 3 and Osu. Today I was using my laptop and i went away to clean my pet's cage then when i came back, my screen was black unnaturally. I thought that it was just some random problem that wasn't really that harmful until I tried turning the computer back up again with surprising results. When I booted the laptop again it took me to the screen where you got to chose whether you can solve what the problem was that made the computer suddenly shut down or just boot regularly. I tried to ust boot it up regularly when suddenly it rebooted again. It repeated this process about 5 times when I had enought and got a bit frustrated and slapping my laptop. It then showed up bluescreens for the next 4 hours or so. I plugged everything out that was on the laptop, my Blue Snowball microphone, Royche Optical mouse, ethernet cable and my Sony Stereo Headphones MDR- XD200. Finally after a bit when the bluescreens and blackscreens didn't appear I quickly went otn the website to search this up and also went on my anti-virus programs to clear any malwares or viruses. I don't know what's wrong with my laptop, and I don't know if my laptop will act weird again if i plug in my accessories.

A:Bluescreen when I plug in ethernet cable, anything in USB ports etc

Also when I plugged back my usb when i was in any of the "solve problem" screens or actually on the main screen in windows, it just automatically shows bluescreen

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Finally broke down and started building a new system -
I'm too old to game, this all started out as a home video
project.

Anyway - gathered all my components, now I'm working
to assemble them.

The case came with an Okia Model 500-ATX power supply.
But no wiring schematic.

I'm trying to identify the power supply fan plug - what seems
to be it doesn't at all match the connector on the board.
And I've got that positively identified by the board manual.

The board has a small male 3 pin connection. The only thing I
can find that might be the fan connector coming from the
supply is a small 4 pin plug at the end of 1 of the strings of
drive power harnesses. Nothing tucked up behind the
supply case or anything.

Is that likely to be it? Or would that be for a floppy or something?

I tried to Google for a wiring schematic, but could find nothing.
In fact, nothing much at all on this brand of supply - just
a couple places that sell them. Please don't tell me I got
an el cheapo that isn't worth having!

At the risk of getting ahead of myself, in case I need to adapt
something like that to the different style male connector on the
board, in this case or something else I may find as i progress,
is there some type of source for adapters, or what would I do?

Bear with me, this probly won't be the last question I'll dream up -
just getting started.

While I'm at it - the board manual talks about a conn... Read more

A:New power supply, no schematic, looking for power fan plug.

There are basically two voltages available to you: 5V and 12V. Doesn't really matter where you get it from - some pin on the mobo or some wire from the PSU.

From the PSU the yellow wires are 12V and red ones 5V, black is ground. The fan voltages should be written on the fan itself, the black fan wire is ground, red may be 12V or 5V depending on the fan voltage.

Fan headers on the motherboard should be labelled so, check with a voltmeter what pin gives out what.
 

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HelloI have a Lenovo X230.When i plug ethernet RJ-45 wire cable to the NIC , the laptop shutdown after few seconds.I have a Debian 8 OS , but i also installed Windows 7 on another hard drive, just to check network drivers and it didn't help. Still shutdown when plug ethernet cable.laptop is out of warrenty last month.Any suggestions to solve this issue ?

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Hello everybody, pardon me..
I have a BSOD problem everytime i connect to network (plug the cable into my LAN card), not directly but if i unplug the cable it will never BSOD again.
I have test the cable and its fine, and i just buy a new lan card because i think the previous one is the root problems. But the BSOD happen again

I use Win7 Ultimate 32 bit
Hardware & OS = 1 year old

Thx before for your help, really appreciate it

A:BSOD when i plug LAN cable to LAN Card, (DUMP attached) HELP Please

  
Quote: Originally Posted by shin27


Hello everybody, pardon me..
I have a BSOD problem everytime i connect to network (plug the cable into my LAN card), not directly but if i unplug the cable it will never BSOD again.
I have test the cable and its fine, and i just buy a new lan card because i think the previous one is the root problems. But the BSOD happen again

I use Win7 Ultimate 32 bit
Hardware & OS = 1 year old

Thx before for your help, really appreciate it



Shin27 Hi and welcome

These are virtually the same and Related to ESET_Smart_Security Note: Located in \%Program Files%\ESET\ESET Smart Security\ Yours is from 3 years ago. It cant possibly work in win 7.

I would remove it and replace with Microsoft Security Essentials at least to test.

http://download.eset.com/special/ESETUninstaller.exe

Virus, Spyware & Malware Protection | Microsoft Security Essentials
Next and really important.

Please remove any CD visualization programs such as Daemon Tools and Alcohol 120%.

They use a driver, found in your dmp, called sptd.sys, that is notorious for causing BSODs.

Use this SPTD uninstaller DuplexSecure - Downloads DuplexSecure - FAQ

when you're done you can use this Freeware MagicISO Virtual CD/DVD-ROM(MagicDisc) in its place.
You also have many old drivers needing updating from as far back as 2004.

Code:
pfc.sys 4/16/2004 5:57:56 PM 0x8fa06000 0x8fa08880 0x00002880 0x408056e4 ... Read more

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I arose last morning to find my display upside down 180 degees from normal ..I use a hdmi cable to display my desktop onto my big screen tv. When I disconnect the hdmi, every thing returns. I plug the cable in its turn upside down.. By the way for about a year the lower portion of my display was distorted. Something reset itself and I don’t have that problem anymore. But now I’m unable to use my big screen, thru my hdmi cable without it flipping both the laptop and tv display It appears to be an issue with my lap top hdmi port,as I tried a new cable. Please help with suggestions
Thank you in advance
Jrtron   

A:Upside down display (180 degrees) when when hdmi cable is plug in

Jrtron,
 
Press and hold
 
Ctrl     Alt     and press the up arrow
 
 
Rick

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Like the title says, I encounter this weird problem when I plug in the Ethernet cable to my Ethernet card. The card seemed to work fine, but just to be sure I installed a different card and still get the same problem. I think it might have something to do with windows auto detecting the connection or something similar. I have never encountered this error before so I have no clue what to do! Oh, BTW I'm working on a different computer than the one I'm on right now posting this. I'm building the computer as a server for my house, but obviously it won't do any good if windows refuses to connect!! Any help would be appreciated!
 

A:Solved: Windows freezes when I plug in ethernet cable.

Gripen40k said:

Like the title says, I encounter this weird problem when I plug in the Ethernet cable to my Ethernet card. The card seemed to work fine, but just to be sure I installed a different card and still get the same problem. I think it might have something to do with windows auto detecting the connection or something similar. I have never encountered this error before so I have no clue what to do! Oh, BTW I'm working on a different computer than the one I'm on right now posting this. I'm building the computer as a server for my house, but obviously it won't do any good if windows refuses to connect!! Any help would be appreciated!Click to expand...

Just out of curiosity, are you connected 24/7 as for dsl line, or are you dial-up, and do you plug in the ethernet cable while the system is live, or do you do it while the system is turned off.

Plug in the cable while the system is turned off, or reboot your computer with the cable connected. When the OS reboots, it should be able to detect that the cable is not disconnected from the ethernet hardware and boot successfully.

You should also check the ethernet card mfg website for an up-to-date driver for your ethernet card to make sure it has the latest driver.

Hope this helps,

-- Tom
 

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I need my wireless router several more feet away than one cable will allow. One computer plugs in, and one is wireless; so that means I would need 2 or 3 ethernet cables plugged into the router. I have one very long cable so I was thinking I could run it to the wireless router where I need it, and have the non-wireless router by the computer that needs to be plugged in and run a cable from that to the computer as well as have the long cable plugged in and run that to the wireless router. Make sense? Would that work?

Thanks.
 

A:Can I plug an ethernet cable into one router, then another cable in another router?

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Hi, my modem doesnt work when i plug 2nd ethernet cable in to it i am trying to link another pc to me modem but it just makes the lights flash and then doesnt work i tried it in different ports still doesnt work i also tried my xbox in it that doesnt work either iv have internet for 2 years and also plugged my xbox in now and agen and it worked fine but just recently doesnt want to work any ideas how to fix it ??
Thanks jake
 

A:Solved: modem doesnt work when i plug 2nd ethernet cable in

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Hi guys,

I've been rearranging my workspace, and tried to connect my monitor (viewsonic 19in flat screen) with an extension svga cable. The machine powers on and I get a display, but the optimal viewing resolution (the monitor has a little popup message that says 1440x900) is not available as an option when I go into display settings.
When I look in device manager, the monitor is listed as a generic plug/play device. Do I need to manually install a driver from teh manufacturer? Previously, when just plugging the monitor directly to the machine with no cable the display looked fine, but now it doesn't look as good.

thanks,
bp
 

A:monitor detected as standard plug and play when connected with extension cable

You'd be better of with a long high quality cable then using an extension.

Yes, install the drivers from the manufactures website. These will help your GPU set the correct resolution.
 

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Hey there people.

My problem is quite complicated, so bare with me. The problem has lasted quite a few months, me only getting around to trying to do something about it when I had time, seeing as I could just use my laptop for other things I do.

I've been reformatting/reinstalling Windows XP (Either Home or Pro) for quite a while now and have been having trouble with my monitor/video card. I'm not sure which is causing the problem.

So I've been reformatting quite a few times, and after each reformat/reinstall I've tried installing drivers (GeForce 6600 [Both the newest and the oldest versions - have tried both] and nForce 4 series) and after every time I've installed them the Display settings keep showing my monitor as Default, instead of Plug and Play as it use to do about a few months back.

Anyway, the reason this is problematic is that I can't play Battlefield 2 with these settings, and whenever I try to my computer shows an Out of Range message.

I'd really appreciate any help with fixing this problem.

Cheers.
Liam.
 

A:nVidia 6600 - Display shown as 'Default Monitor' instead of Plug and Play

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