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Old 08-01-2019, 04:43 PM   #1
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Took this from an older PC and want to hook it up to this PC.I am not sure where to hook it to but here are the connectors available.
JCOM1-JTPM1-JUSB2 and JFP2
The connector appears to be a 4 pin.
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Old 08-01-2019, 04:54 PM   #2
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The only advice I'd give is don't plug anything into the MOBO that you don't know for sure if it's correct. A new USB Dynex is less than $50.
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I would assume that it uses an internal USB header.

Look up the Dynex model info for any support documentation.

Look up your motherboard brand/model for a User Manual (will show all of the headers that are available and their type).
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will do that and thanks.
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The four pin connector (4 in a row) is almost certainly a USB compatible single port for a typical card reader. Most motherboard connections for USB are for dual USB ports, with two rows of pins. The guide for your model of motherboard should help you decide which 4 pins to connect the single port cable, to one row of the two-row pin header probably marked as JUSB2 is likely. The direction/polarity of the connector when attached, and starting pin position are important pieces of needed information. JCOM1 is an older serial port... not common for card readers. JTPM1 is unknown, JFP2 is probably front panel ports for either audio jacks or power/reset/or LED functions.
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appreciate your response and will check it out.
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