Question about Intel Motherboard
This is only true if the wires connecting the front USB port to the motherboard are connected incorrectly.There are 2 pairs of wires for each connector: one for the +5V & -5V (power) & the other one for the signal itself. If those are not connected properly, the power connectors could be connected to the signal, in which case if a device is connected to the port it will get damaged.
To connect those connectors properly, you have to refer back to your motherboard's manual.
Posted on Nov 16, 2009
Testimonial: "yes.thanks for the accurate ans.but my pen drive has never been damage by the front USB.how is it possible?"
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