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I need to plug a 9-pin connector to a usb inside the computer but don't have a 9pin inside the computer. I do have an internal usb port so is there a converter?

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  • vir999 Jun 17, 2009

    Thanks for your quick answer. The item you link to is $10, but I found an internal card with USB, Firewire, and internal 9-pin for $20 and went with that. Again, thanks for the input.

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