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Connect the other end of the SATA power cable to the power supply.

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<p>Great, this worked for me. By the way, you need to connect SATA cable on motherboard at lowest GB one, because Drives can't be fast. For example I got 3GB/s and 6GB/s, Hard Drives for 6GB and DVD-ROM Drives for 3GB. </p>
<p>I'd like to point out that you CAN'T install a CD-ROM in a CPU, since CPU is a small chip.</p><p>STOP CALLING COMPUTERS CPUs FFS. CPU - Central Processing Unit (Processor).</p>

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