Question about Intel Motherboard
Trying to plug a USB port into the motherboard. It has 9 seperate wires and the motherboard is an intel desktop board D84SWN. I have no manuals and the port is in the front of the case. I found where it plugs into but I don't know the order of the pins.
You have an A side and B side, or 1 and 2. Starting from pin 1, usually has an arrow pointing to it, the wires should read as follows: 1= A/1 +5vac 2= B/2 +5vac
3= A/1 -D 4= B/2 -D
5= A/1 +D 6= B/2 +D
7= A/1 ground 8= B/2 ground
9= no pin 10= no connection
Posted on Sep 09, 2008
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