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If your CD drive does not want to turn on when the ribbon cable is plugged in but when it is not it turns on what could be the problem?

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2005-10-04 16:48:06
2005-10-04 16:48:06

You may not have a ribbon cable that is keyed so you can only insert it in the right position. Try turning the connector upside down and see if it will fit. i tried both ways.. it is the same for the hard drive aswell

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