Internal connector in a Fujitsu Stylistic is gone Answered
Hi guys, I kinda need your help here:
I got this wonderful tablet from professionals who were disposing it for some reasons.
They didn't give me a charger so first I just took the hard drive out and put it in my Panasonic CF-19.
These days I wanted to start drawing with a wacom tablet, and as this tablet is a wacom penabled device, I put the hard drive back inside, removed the dust and fired it, windows 7 booted, buggy because of the new hardware and eventually with proper drivers, everything went perfectly fine, but I wanted to have Debian Linux on it so I put an USB drive with the files to install Debian but the USB thumb drive was not recognised.
I started to search and finally took the tablet apart and after a little troubleshooting, I saw the problem, a connector on the motherboard is unsoldered, I don't know what it is and the numbers on it told me nothing
so I'm here to know if someone knows what it is and where I can find a replacement (I can do hot air soldering and have tin solder paste), here are the implied parts :
https://lut.im/JcXmpH4ok4/K8cJQZs26mA8HNv4.JPG (Usb and Jack board)
https://lut.im/12n4Vwj3vf/KhACs4GMyEjto7ir.JPG (motherboard pads, a bid damaged)
https://lut.im/YeMMbdvnmG/wH9etmovCICXv8kC.JPG (connector, pic 1)
https://lut.im/mX9uNvCLtj/9lg0mAziA5HfIIHy.JPG (connector pic 2)
also I belive that it will be hard if not impossible to find a replacement so if you have ideas to connect back the USB and audio Jacks to the tablet, I was thinking about soldering thin wires on the pads but they are very tiny.
Also, if you know some good hacks/enhancements for these devices, I would be interested