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rocketeer55

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  1. I got the same case as you, so maybe I can help... definitely shove the cables behind the HDD drive cage, you might not have to remove the whole bottom part if you don't want to, just take out the drive slider thingies so your wires dont flop out the sides. Make sure to route that 8pin power behind the mobo tray, that looks terrible. Route the SATA data cables through one of the holes in the back and up to the drives, store the excess cable behind the HDD cage. I was (just barely) able to stuff the 24-pin cable behind the mobo tray and snake it around so it doent overlap any cables and connects right to the motherboard. Basically all you need to do is fix the 8-pin and stuff the rest of the cables behind the HDD cage. Remember, cable ties are your friends!


  2. I have one... it is kinda fail though...

    transformice.com

    basically you are a mouse trying to get cheese and bring it into the hole. It can get hectic and confusing, very challenging.


  3. To test your power supply have it unplugged from the wall. take a paper clip and bend it in a u shape, but make the ends line up. in the 24pin connector put one end of the paper clip into where the green wire would go and put the other end into any other black wire place. then plug it back in, and turn the power on. if it doesn't work it's most likely dead.


  4. Are you using the wireless xbox controller? make sure you are in-range with the adapter, or it can be sensitive and unresponsive.


  5. A few hours ago i was logging onto my computer. Once the desktop appeared, it completely froze. So I did what i usually do when it freezes, push the restart button on the top. Once it got into the BIOS, it was really laggy. It took a while for the BIOS to go through, and i noticed it didnt recognize my SSD or my two optical drives, just my storage drive. Then it got into the AHCI driver and same thing. Then it said i needed to repair windows, but i believe it said this because it was trying to boot up from the storage drive which has parts of Windows on it (users folder, many programs, etc.). Currently I am running an old hard drive with Windows 7 in my computer and i accessed the storage drive to find that everything is A OK. Unfortunately, my old hard drive was set up with IDE sata mode so it doesnt support plug and play so i cant plug my SSD in when Windows is booted, and whenever I plug it in and restart (with AHCI enabled) it isn't recognized in the BIOS.

    I NEED HELP! I luckily don't have any important files on this SSD, though i would like to not have to replace it. Any suggestions?

    Thanks :D

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