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Hook up card reader to motherboard

Published: 22.12.2017

Video Head View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message. These go to the shell of the USB socket. Your card reader only needs one of the two ports on the connector, hence the second row is left unconnected in the cable.

Jan 22, 2013 · The cable from the card reader was plugged into a on the header to hook up both the USB cables and the card Card Reader hookup to Motherboard.

HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE You state in your first post it's an Asrock ALiveNF6 G -VSTA. The time now is Any more ideas guys? Since the manufacturer probably doesn't know my specific computer's motherboard, I didn't pursue it anymore.

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Company Careers About Microsoft Company news Privacy at Microsoft Investors Diversity and inclusion Accessibility Security. I know the header is just a double plug for two USB cables, so I could disable one of the front ports and use it to connect the card reader instead, but was hoping I could make it all work. I just had to reply, this was such an old thread. I have a gigabyte fxa-ud3. Password Register FAQ Members List Calendar Search Today's Posts Mark Forums Read.

    1. Dasha_Lime - 27.12.2017 in 23:27

      Didn't any instructions come with it. Maybe the connector is custom, so you would need to attach it using a different connector.

      Ilmir_Walker - 02.01.2018 in 05:32

      Are there any external card readers that have the all the capabilities you are looking for? Even though there are 9 pins on the header, I doubt that any more than the four listed above are use.

      Mesha_Shishkin - 07.01.2018 in 19:07

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