Need to connect usb 2.0 connecion on motherboard to work usb on front case for flash drive to work the blocks on motherboard as 9 pins on each there are two blocks by the side of each other the usb wiring has names on block at the end of each wire (ground, -d, +d, v cc, etc but no markings on motherboard where i can connect them please can you help many thanks trev
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You need a usb header for it on your main board or you need an external usb 3 cable to run it to a usb 3 port at the back of your box.
What I'm not quite understanding is why you have the blue cable as well as a normal usb connector dangling from the end of it. When I connected both of those up to usb3 ports I shorted out my motherboard. Not good.
Also I'm not entirely sure that the blue cable works for me. I couldn't read my external flash drive with it.
You need the motherboard specs, which you can look up on the internet, based on the maker.
With the USB ports, the front ones often don't include power.
So plug a powered 4 port hub into the front port, and then the hub will supply the power after that.
what you do is open up your computer case and find the cable that connects from your USB drive that leads to your motherboard. Unconnect it from your motherboard and reconnect it, it should give you the sound of device connected. What you probably safely removed your USB drives instead of your flash drive.