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If the port is soldered on the motherboard, there's unfortunately little you can do about it. Unless you have advanced soldering skills, I would suggest to leave it alone and use another USB port with a USB hub to get the extra ports.
You can easily find a USB hub on many dealer shops (and online). I would suggest a self-powered one, if you intent to connect several devices on it.
Hope that helps!
Posted on Mar 15, 2011
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