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Hi, i recently was taking my hard drive off its original bay to place it higher up, after doing so i noticed a small black cord had been pushed in beside the hard drive, this cord coming from the power supply. i don't know where to place it, plus my computer isnt turning off anymore, it just stays at the windows is shutting down page. It makes the click noise that its turning off. and my mouse and keyboard light up-- the lights go off... but it doesn't shut down. does anyone know how to fix this.. thanks
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