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I don't know what this is

I took apart my old, broken t1360 and found the chip that has the two usb ports and a mike and speaker port.
This is from the front of the case, at the bottom.

I'm looking for a replacement that is exactly the same size, supports usb 2.0, and is compatable with most motherboards.

or if that doesn't exist, I'm just wondering who made this and if it will work on a new motherboard.

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    Do they sell anything like this anywhere?

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Hi

It is possible that it will work on a new motherboard as long as the cables connects it to the motherboard matches. On your new mobo you should see pins for for usb and sound to plug to the mobo..most new cases have this though so you shouldnt really need it. However if you want to reuse your case to take advantage of the chip it should fit.

good luck

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Posted on Jan 05, 2008

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