Question about ASUS K8V-MX Motherboard
I have extra USB connection on the cabinet but i do not understand where i connect the this wire.
Your motherboard does in fact have special connectors just for these internal USB ports. These are often called "USB headers".
Based on the manual for the board (which can be found here [LINK]), two of these are located on the bottom edge of the board, below the three PCI slots. These are labeled "USB78" and "USB56" and have nine pins in them, which should match the connector that leads to your case's USB ports. Use of these ports is described in detail on Page "1-25" of the manual and I'd strongly recommend reading through this section to verify that things match up properly.
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Posted on Apr 08, 2008
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You can download the manual from this location http://dlsvr01.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/sock754/k8v_basic/e1529_k8v.pdf
Go to page 1-21 and see the extra USB connectors. If you are talking about your wires coming out from your case and used for a USB port like the one in the front, you should connect them to any of the 4 available USB channel following the polarity. For example connect your Vcc to USB+5V, groung to GND, data-2 to USB_P8- and data+2 to USB_P8+
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