connecting case mounted USB ports to an old BE6 system

Discussion in 'Abit' started by Spooky-Mobius, May 6, 2004.

  1. is there any way of connecting case mounted USB ports to a system with no
    USB connectors on the mother board?

    there are numerous PCI cards out there that add additional USB ports but I
    can't find any with connectors suitable for case mounted ports. I'm sure I'm
    not the only person who has run into this problem. does anyone know of a
    solution?
     
    Spooky-Mobius, May 6, 2004
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  2. Spooky-Mobius

    Stephen Guest

    On Thu, 6 May 2004 23:47:16 +0100, "Spooky-Mobius"
    <> tortured a bunch of electrons for
    some unknown reason:

    >is there any way of connecting case mounted USB ports to a system with no
    >USB connectors on the mother board?
    >
    >there are numerous PCI cards out there that add additional USB ports but I
    >can't find any with connectors suitable for case mounted ports. I'm sure I'm
    >not the only person who has run into this problem. does anyone know of a
    >solution?
    >


    See http://www.frontx.com

    Stephen
     
    Stephen, May 7, 2004
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