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Old 05-25-2007, 09:44 PM   #1
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Default How to connect memory card reader to motherboard?

There are two cables from the memory card reader, but I don't seem to find a specific place for them to connect. Is it ok if I place them on the TPM connectors? Also, the power fan connector only has 3 pins. The cable has 4 pin holes. Do they connect anyways? Thank you
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Default Re: How to connect memory card reader to motherboard?

plug it in to the USB headers on the motherboard



they could be in a different place on your motherboard though
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plug it in to the USB headers on the motherboard

they could be in a different place on your motherboard though
Even though on one side there's 5 pins and 4. It's ok, then, to plug it and have one pin hole extra?


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Default Re: How to connect memory card reader to motherboard?

can you take a pic of your plug?
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It's just like the one on the left in your picture. See how there's 5 on one side and 4 on the other. Both wires that come from Memory Card Reader have 5 pin holes.
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yea well just put it in, it should work
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thanks. it's ready to be turned on now, How do I know everything is worning fine after I turn on? Just check all the programs one at the time I guess?
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umm try putting a card in the card reader. see if it works
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