Today, I decided to try my hand at taking apart computers and such. I deconstructed an old computer I had for a long while, just to see what it had in it. I took the ram, processor, and other junk out of it. Then I looked into my mothers old Lenovo computer and noticed there was 2 ram pieces missing. Bingo! I thought. I just so happen to have some! There were a few wires in the way, (the inside was extremely messy with the cords) which a few I unplugged, and snapped the ram in.
The problem now is, I boot up the computer and there's a drive error. There's this one cord that I left unplugged and don't know where to plug it back in. I think I've looked everywhere!
Considering I'm new at this, I figured I'd come to a computer forum for help. The computers name isn't clearly listed on the front of the dang thing, it just says "Lenevo" and below it, what looks to be Olympic rings and the words "Worldwide Partner". I've tried Googling images by its name, so I can have a reference, but nothing shows up. I've snapped a few pictures of the PC (Linked them instead of just posting cause they're rather large).
http://i.imgur.com/xmywLGu.jpg - The cord "P9" that I unplugged.
http://i.imgur.com/ref9MaL.jpg - Computer drive (I think?).
http://i.imgur.com/oTbEjdv.jpg - The stupid name of the PC.
http://i.imgur.com/y3ADGtn.jpg - The entire PC its self.
http://i.imgur.com/w51jtpH.jpg - A front view of the cord unplugged.
Any help would be much appreciated. Who knows, maybe I missed something obvious, I'm really tired.