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Disconnected wires

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I was installing a pci-e sound card and found 2 thin black wires blocking the slot.  I attempted to untape them from the bottom of the power supply but they let loose.  Not sure if they connected to the mobo, or what.  The other ends lead to a hole in the top of the case.  Can anyone identify and tell me where they connect?

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@jaymey

 

Your specs say you have WiFi.

 

Are you using WiFi or Ethernet on the desktop???

 

Are your WiFi antenna still connected???

 

REO

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@REO51ST wrote:

@jaymey

 

Your specs say you have WiFi.

 

Are you using WiFi or Ethernet on the desktop???

 

Are your WiFi antenna still connected???

 

REO


wifi and internet are fine.  image1.JPG

 

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@jaymey

 

That's good you posted the pictures.

 

The 2 connectors are for if you to add another WiFi device like maybe a WWAN or WPAN.

 

They should be no problem just make sure you keep them taped up.

 

REO

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@REO51ST wrote:

@jaymey

 

That's good you posted the pictures.

 

The 2 connectors are for if you to add another WiFi device like maybe a WWAN or WPAN.

 

They should be no problem just make sure you keep them taped up.

 

REO


Great thanks!  I thought they were connected before, wasn't sure if it was to the motherboard someplace behind the videocard that I couldn't see.

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Your very welcome @jaymey

 

REO

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