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Start replacing connectors?
I plugged in the 4 pin power connector next to the CPU. Originally I had that plugged in, but when I turned on the computer the fan would go really loud, then slow down, then really loud again.
There is only one connector- a 4-hole one I am holding-- that is not connected to anything.
See, this is exactly why I quit tinkering with hardware years ago.
I now head over to Costco, grab a new machine in a box, come home and unbox it, works first time every time
[edited by: J_RaD at 2:10 pm (utc) on Sep 22, 2011]
you KNOW those big box companies computers are trash with subpar quality stuff shoved in them!
[edited by: martinibuster at 3:20 pm (utc) on Sep 22, 2011]
How do I do this?
Took it back home and realized that I had been plugging the monitor into the native monitor input instead of into the input corresponding to the graphics card. Your computer comes with a native monitor input. But when you install a graphics card, you then have two monitor inputs. Once the graphics card is plugged in the native input may stop working.