[clug-talk] [OT] USB 2.x I/O card
nick at dyna-tech.ca
Wed Sep 14 15:44:28 PDT 2005
On Wednesday 14 September 2005 4:39 pm, Jarrod Major wrote:
> On Wednesday 14 September 2005 3:51 pm, Jarrod Major wrote:
> > I tried calling them about this... they don't carry such a thing. The
> > problem is that the card has a USB type A connector... on the inside as
> > well as the ones on the outside. My case front panel USB jacks actually
> > plug into the motherboard (not with a Type A USB connector).
> I'm being stupid about this... I could probably pick up a typical pin block
> from somewhere like active and remove the Type A USB connector from the
> circuit board and put this block in its place.
> Somehow the whole idea of messing with a manufactured board seems wrong...
> there was a time. And naturally it would void any kind of warranty for the
Which is why soldering wires is likely better. If you fry the wires, try
again. Fry the card, unplug your rig and take it back ;)
Soldering something to the board is risky.
> Don't you love those square peg in round hole problems?
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