Question about Dell OPTIPLEX 745 PC Desktop
I needed to transfer some pictures and cant seem to find the port..i lost the camera's usb cable so for now this is my only bet since i cant reach a laptop at this time.
Posted by Anonymous on
It will depend on the model as not all laptops have them, they are norally found on the front of the laptop to the right of the lid release button.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
sounds not, some of the older systems only have 1.1, Usb 2 is not all that old (about 2-3 years).
you can upgrade to USB2 bu adding a USB2 PCI card to your system, this would give you some ports on the back and it may be possible to link the ports on the front to the new PCI card to upgrade those as well (depending on how they are connected to the mobo)
you can get USB2 cards with a Pin header which would allow for a pin block connection.
Posted on Oct 25, 2007
SOURCE: internal USB connector
You did not have to unplug the onboard USB ports.
Your OS should see the card reader and set it up, unless you are using Win98 or WinME. I would plug the onboard USB ports, then restart with the new internal card installed.
Posted on Sep 26, 2008
does the removable drive appear in ''my computer'' ?
when i plug my camera in it doesnt always popup asking you to open to view.
Posted on Mar 09, 2009
No, the Dell Optiplex 760, Mini Tower, Desktop, Small Form Factor, or Ultra Small Form Factor, does not have a card reader.
Suggest you buy something like one of these, and have access to virtually any flash card, or memory card. (Just plug it into any available USB port)
Posted on Jan 13, 2010
I managed to install a card reader on my Dell Dimension 8200.
The main problem is that the Dell motherboard does not have the correct USB pin. This is a 9-pin MoBo USB header.
The quick answer is I installed a USB card with an internal port.
Secondly I reverse mounted a powered 4-port USB hub in the spare 3.5" bay.
Third, I purchased 2 USB 5 pin male to usb leads...
You cannot buy a USB card with 2 internals and do away with the 4 port powered USB hub because the card reader does need to be connected to a powered USB port.
for more info see this...
Posted on Jan 31, 2010
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