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15-in-1 internal memory card reader

I would like to how do you connect the 15-in-1 internal memory card reader to the motherboard its got 2 cable attached to it.

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  • rickyx Jan 24, 2008

    It is a Sony 15-in-1 memory card reader and it has got two 4 pin USB type A pinouts. How do I connect it to the 10 pin USB 2.0 pinouts on my motherboard.

  • Salehe Kungule
    Salehe Kungule May 11, 2010

    can you tell the type of the card reader you have?

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You should connect it by the scheme VCC | Data - | Data + | Ground.
In most motherboards you have connector something like this
* * * *
* * * * *
By this scheme the first one is vcc and then by the scheme 
i`ve attached.

If you can, show please screenshots of your connector on card reader!

Posted on Jan 25, 2008

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