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Card reader connector

Hi there, I would like to know where to connect my card reader on the freevents motherboard pls...##
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  • rubio7782 Mar 30, 2009

    the card reader is already installed, but i do not where to reconect

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Open you're manual for the PC. Find an opened USB port & plug you're card reader on the pins. Match the pins with the card reader connector. Card readers can & do use different connectors. (USB, PCI & SATA). If you list the name & model of you're card reader, I can be more specific.
You should have received a small quick guide with the card reader.

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