I'm not really up to date on the classifications of all the cables.
I have an HP Docking Station from my old HP laptop. I really liked it a lot and it made life a lot easier.
I'd like to use it with my Lenovo Y530.
The issue is that my Lenovo does not have a printer port, nd that is how my docking station connects to my computer.
So, I figured the crafty way around getting a new docking station would be to use a USB converter. The issue is that I can't find one (it seems like most everyone carries the printer side, but not the computer side of the cable).
Here's a picture of the cables. If I can connect to either one of these it will work (the second one is able to connect to the first one)
I managed to break a wire that connects to my laptop speakers.
These are my speakers.
Basically, I broke off the tip of a wire. The tip is still inside my "R" speaker input thing. I have been unable to dig it out.
Is there any reasonable way for me to fix this problem?
Thanks as always dudes.
Pictures are attached.
Last edited by KingJustin; 01-01-2009 at 06:23 PM.
The pictures on the forum aren't working.
For the HP Cable: Check either newegg.com or tigerdirect.com. If you can't find it there, you wont find it anywhere.
For the broken speaker cable: You can take apart the speaker, and inside you should see a board that the inputs are soldered to. You could either try and take it out from here, or take off the input w/ the plug stuck in it and solder a new input there (cheap at radio shack).
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