Question about HP Pavilion 761n PC Desktop
I added a Belkin USB 2.0, 5-Port PCI card to my HP761n computer. Naturally the 4 ports on the PCI card all work at the 2.0 std. But the two front USB ports still indicate the older speed of 1.1.
I assume I need to unplug these two front ports from the mboard and plug them into the 5th internal USB plug on the Belkin's PCI card. The problem is the two plugs are not compatible. The plug on the Belkins card is a standard USB plug, and the plug on the front port wires (two)are what I believe to be a 'double row of 5' header pins. I believe they refer to this as a 'Intel Standard USB header Layout'??
1) Is there a simple conversion device that would allow this two plugs to be connected??
2) Or do I need to consider getting a new terminal plug (std USB) added to the wires of the front USB ports?
there is no such converter..
those pins should connected to ur mother board only...
once check ur bios settings..
use external usb hub..so u can get multiple usb ports that u need...
Posted on Jan 01, 2009
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