I`ve just bought an internal all in 1 card reader from the internet.Problemis I`m a computer novice and have no idea how to connect it.the unit has a cable with a 9 pin female socket attached.on the front there are the sockets for all the different types of memory cards and a USB 2.0 socket.HELP.
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Hello weave!m just curios if that 9 pin is a serial type connection?then if it is..you shoud find an adaptor for a serial port or any port that fits ur 9 pin connector.if u can find a PCI card that has a 9 pin port..then you can connect..just feed me back for your more details.
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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.
Well, installing an internal card reader without a spot on the motherboard, is a little hard to do. I would suggest buying an external card reader. They are a little cheaper, and a lot easier to setup and use, since they just connect to a USB port which all computers have.
Are you trying to install the Dell Media Card Reader? If so then the other end of the ?FlexBay USB cable that plugs into the card reader goes into a small rectangular connector towards the back of the motherboard. Specifically orient as follows; place the computer on its side, the power supply to your left and the front of the computer facing towards you. Starting at the back of the motherboard next to the power supply follow the back edge of the motherboard till you come to the approximate center of the board. About an inch towards you there will be a rectangular connector the FlexBay USB cable end should fit into.
If this isn?t the cable from the Dell Media Card Reader let us know and we?ll try to help, otherwise please don?t forget to rate this posting.