The 4-Way Power Adapter is a power adapter that plugs into any USB port and allows users to plug in multiple USB devices.
However, this power adapter is made to be used with a 4×4 pin adapter.
Here are some simple steps to remove that pin from the 4-Wire Power Adapter.
Unplug all of the USB cables.
Unscrew the four 3-pin power connectors from the power adapter.
Unbolt the four 4-pin USB ports.
Pull out the 4th pin from each of the 4 pins on the power connector.
Unclip the four 8-pin cables from the top of the power cord and slide them into the sockets.
Unclamp the 4 pin on the bottom of the cable.
Unclose the four 6-pin connectors.
Unconnect the power cable from the motherboard.
Pull the 4 wire harness out of the motherboard and pull it to the edge of the PC case.
Pull down on the 4 wires on the motherboard until they all disconnect.
Remove the 4 copper pins from the bottom edge of each of these 4 wires.
Pull up on the top wire from the 5-pin cable to release it from the case.
Pull back on the 5 wire harness to release the 3 wire harness from the computer case.
Pull on the 6 wire harness and pull the 3 pin cable up to release each of those 6 pins from each side of the case (they are still in their place).
Remove all of those pins from around the edges of the connector.
Slide the 4 4-wire wires on each side over to the USB ports on the computer.
Slide a 5-wire wire through the holes on the sides of the connectors to the connectors on the back of the computer (see diagram below).
Slide two 6-wire connectors through the hole on the right side of each connector to the other connectors on each of their sides.
Slide three 8-wire connections through the bottom holes on each connector (see picture below).
Slide four 4 wire connectors through each connector.
Unhook the four power connectors, push them into each of them, and slide one 4-in-1 cable from each connector onto the power plug.
Plug the power back into the computer using the 4 power connectors and the four cable connectors.
The 4 Power Pads are a great way to replace an older power adapter and can be used on many computers.
You can also use a USB cable and a 3.5mm audio jack.
Plug all of your devices into the USB port on the USB hub.
Connect your keyboard and mouse, monitor, and other peripherals to your computer via USB.