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hello again

after an unsuccessful attempt to get my friends 1650 to work we decided to take the thing out card out. it was difficult to take the 4 pin power cable out so we tried our hardest but unfortunately power connection from the board came off aswell. We tested the card immediately to see if it was broken but luckily it just kept beeping an error message saying that there is no power connected to the graphics card.
Would soldering the the power connection port/pins solve this issue?
is there anything i need to know before doing so?
would the card be affected in anyway? (is it still in working order? because if its showing these error messages on the screen it is still working right?)
any help would be most appreciated
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post #2 of 9
You must've yanked it off or something. You can try to solder it back on, but not sure if it will work.
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i feel like i just sat down in a movie that is already halfway over. if you're just asking if the card can be repaired after you pulled the power connector off, my answer would be "usually, yes, if you know what you're doing." that doesn't seem to answer why the card didn't work in the first place, unless you put the power connector in wrong.
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it didnt work in the first place because the psu was to weak. we changed psu's today.
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then you can fix it, assuming you can make metal-to-metal contact and you know how to solder.
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post #6 of 9
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yeah thats all it is anyway, reconnecting the points together im ok to solder but my friend's dad has more experience then me
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post #7 of 9
i have a x1650pro AGP myself. but how the hell can you pull it off? lol

also, my generic 400w can do that card, and it's nearly a 3 year old machine.
post #8 of 9
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the psu in this machine was 350w
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post #9 of 9
It's actually pretty easy to yank off the molex connectors. My 6600LE has one, and I have to be really careful, otherwise when I unplug it I might yank it off. It even has one of those anchor straps and it's unstable...
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