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Any one know the name of connector cable in the picture? Are there any standards by which cables are named?
It is an Internal bluetooth module (BCM92046) found in my acer 5740G laptop.That cable got damaged I would like to buy a new one. What's the appropriate google keyword that should be used to search for it? I tried "bluetooth cable connector" etc , but those lead me to pages where you have to buy the whole module.

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closed as too localized by nhinkle Jun 24 '12 at 9:33

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Isn't there a policy of explaining their negative votes here? I asked this here because I have seen similar questions being asked here –  triplet Jun 21 '12 at 6:15
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Nobody's forced to explain their votes. There's a good blog article about these kinds of questions though – Let’s Play The Guessing Game. Maybe you could add some details like what that thing actually is? –  slhck Jun 21 '12 at 6:34
    
hmmm, I don't thinks this is that kind of question (based on my assumption that a cable is uniquely by its connector pins, I might be wrong).And for the same reason I didn't say anything about what that thing is.It is a Internal bluetooth module (BCM92046) found in my acer 5740G laptop. [correcting is almost always better than punishing] –  triplet Jun 21 '12 at 6:48
    
You just want to write a question that is specific as possible — downvotes are not intended as punishment. They are never cast against people, but only posts. Don't take them so personally. They should make you think if there's something missing in your question, or if it's really on-topic. Maybe you can edit your question to improve it? –  slhck Jun 21 '12 at 6:55
    
Although It doesn't matter, I guess you misunderstood me. What I meant was saying something is wrong is almost always not as good as saying what is wrong with it.[See, that sentence became too long, so I chose those words :)]. I will edit the question as you said. –  triplet Jun 21 '12 at 7:04
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