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Graphic card doesnt fit and when it does...

Hi! I just bought this https://www.asus.com/Graphics-Cards/MINI-GTX950-2G/ . However I have to unplug 2 wires from http://imgur.com/a/DsVAg ,those 4 blue ports, to make it fit. If I unplug them, I cant boot my PC, and I think those only connect the Front USB Drive, and the DVD drive, which I can live without. Could someone help me?
When I unplug those 2, it shows a message saying ''The current BIOS setting do not fully support the boot device''
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    This wires in blue ports are SATA Wires and they are conecting HDD or SDD (even maybe CD-ROM)

    So if your HDD/SDD (depends on what is your system) is not plugged to motherboard, u cant boot it.

    I saw cables in angle with low profile, look to buy them.

    Here is an explame of this type of cables : https://www.amazon.com/WonderfulDirect-Quality-Lateral-Locking-90-Degree/dp/B01DLWQPJI/ref=sr_1_1?s=pc&ie=UTF8&qid=1480166847&sr=1-1-spons&keywords=90+Degree+SATA+Cables&psc=1

    I hope this will help
  2. Thank you! But I don't live in the U.S. isn't there any other way I could make it fit? Or make it boot up?
  3. I dont live in the U.S too but u can find that cables in all well-appointed pc stores, if u tell me what country and city, i maybe can tell you where u can find it. NO there is a not other way to boot unless u change motherboard who have in different places SATA Cables.
  4. Kriptonac said:
    I dont live in the U.S too but u can find that cables in all well-appointed pc stores, if u tell me what country and city, i maybe can tell you where u can find it. NO there is a not other way to boot unless u change motherboard who have in different places SATA Cables.

    I mangaged to somehow fit it in! I used more pressure on the SATA cables! I need to get a VGA~DVI adapter now..! Thanks for the help anyways, and if it still, somehow, doesn't work I will certainly buy those 90-degrees cables, which I found in a store. Thank you again! :)
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