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Removed PSU and these cables were removed.

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I removed the power supply to clean it and get a better look at it, but didn’t notice the 2 wires taped to the bottom of it. Now I don’t know where they go. They come from the front plate of the desktop.96175D2F-3517-4336-A7EA-85FC70FFBA1A.jpeg


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Removed PSU and these cables were removed.

@AHamiltonV , welcome to the forum.


I can't see the ends of the cables well, but could they be the antennae for the wifi adapter?  If this is what they are, they may not be needed, since the wifi adapter is M.2.


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