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Attaching a card reader to motherboard

By bratt1955 ยท 4 replies
Jan 3, 2010
  1. I have a pc3500g motherboard and a 4 slot card reader that I need to attach to the board but I don.'t know which way the wires go on the pins. Can anyone help. It's an everex machine and I can't get any support as the phone no. or web page no longer exist for this machine
  2. Tedster

    Tedster Techspot old timer..... Posts: 6,000   +15

    whay kind of pinout is it? It is usb pinout? is it an IDE 1534? without looking at it, your guess is as good as mine. we need more info.
  3. bratt1955

    bratt1955 TS Rookie Topic Starter

    I beleive it's usb 4 pin theres no other place on the motherboard except com1
  4. dmill89

    dmill89 TS Guru Posts: 475

    Your board may not have the necessary header. A card reader usually requires a standard internal usb header. Com1 is for a serial port if your board does not have any usb headers (some older boards don't) you may need to just use an external card reader that plugs into an external usb port.
  5. bratt1955

    bratt1955 TS Rookie Topic Starter

    Thank you, I figured it out the computer came with a card reader I just forgot where it went. Thanks again.
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