I'm attempting to connect my SATA power cable into the SATA power slot on my Asus DVD burner, but the cable doesn't seem to fit properly. It looks as if it would fit, but it doesn't. Should I be looking into purchasing a different SATA power cable that actually fits this DVD burner? Or perhaps purchase a different DVD burner?
Did you try flipping the cable around? They are notched, so they only go in one way. If it doesn't fit then, it's either damaged, or not a true SATA connector. This is odd. I've never seen a non-standard SATA connector/cable before. Sometimes they're a bit tough to fit in. If the notch is lined up correctly, give it a bit more elbow grease, but use common sense in doing so. They're tough to get in sometimes. EDIT: The drive is in fact a true SATA drive, so it's either a weird cable, damage, or you not doing something right. Also, you do know the difference between the data and power cables, right? Just making sure. Not trying to insult.
Jan 26, 2018
SATA host-adapters and contraptions talk by making use of ability of a intense-speed serial cable over 2 pairs of conductors.The SATA common specifies a power connector sharply differing from those utilized by making use of PATA drives and various different pc aspects. it is wafer-based, 15-pin shape. The probably super type of pins are used to grant 3 distinctive voltages — 3.3 V, 5 V, and 12 V.
Jan 26, 2018