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power unit don't have enough connectors!

by shafiqkhan31 / April 22, 2014 1:24 AM PDT

I just bought a SSD Ready Cache disk and found my power unit , no name ,China made , does not have a SATA connection.It has one Large H Drive and an optical drive connected.The motherboard has a spare SATA ii slot but there is no electric connection.
In a leaflet titled "Micro ATX / ATX POWER SUPPLY This is on its Quick install Guide. It has drawings of possible connections and has "connect other devices' paragraph; 4-pin Molex connector, SATA connector and 4-pin floppy connector".
I wonder if some one could help.
I bought it from ebay over a year ago, but looking at all sources I can not find any information .
I only want to connect my new device . Please help. Sorry for flimsy info.

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While I can't guess what you mean by no SATA.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / April 22, 2014 1:51 AM PDT
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Thank you.
by shafiqkhan31 / April 22, 2014 8:17 PM PDT

I am grateful for your help. Yes ambiguity creeps in when you do not have the foggiest of the subject matter. That was the case with me.

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