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pSyMooD
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Cables inside HP Elite SFF 8200

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HP Elite SFF 8200
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There are two 4pins power socker on The motherboard. One is missing and I would be greatful if i can get The blueprints. So i know whats what. 

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@pSyMooD  -- what do you mean by "missing"?

 

Do you mean that the socket exists on the motherboard, but there is no 4-wire cable plugged-in to the socket?

 

Does your computer function correctly without it?

 

Some computers use a cable that has a 4-wire connector at one end, and a SATA "female" connector at the other end, to take power from the motherboard to provide power to one SATA disk-drive.

 

What printed labelling is there near either of those sockets on the motherboard?

 

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