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Rear Panel I/O Ports
Front Chassis Fan Connector
Auxiliary 12-V ATX Connector
Serial ATA Interfaces
Front Panel Header
CPU Fan Header
Front USB Connector
Front USB Connector
Standby Power Indicator LED
Front Panel IEEE-1394a Connectors
Floppy Disk Drive Connector
ATX Power Connector
PCI Express x1 Connector
Parallel ATA IDE Interface
Front Panel Audio Connector
Intrusion Switch Header
Rear Chassis Fan Connector
BIOS Configuration Jumper
Same as standerds. In the internal usb conector u can find that there is one pinless & four pin for connect usb.at the pinless side after the pin u put the ground & same line on the opposite u put the red wire.
Please check the other two USB panel, it may be dedicated or worked properly with lower versions of USB devises(v.1). Check BIOS also if necessary and USB voltage in your motherboard but please refer your motherboard manual. Hope this helps.
You have 500mA on usb port. If you cause a short on usb connectors, this can damage the motherboard. Disconnect usb port on motherboard (work with power unplugged ), remove all ide and floppy cable,eventually remove and put back in place bios battery and Ram. Restart Motherboard only with 1 module Ram (bios battery back in place), CPU and Fan (ensure cpu and fan are well in place), do not plug anything else than switch on button. If it still does not work there is a good chance you blew the Motherboard.