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Dell Motherboard Inside A New Case Front Panel Usb Question

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#1 owfx


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Posted 08 January 2008 - 05:27 PM

I have managed to put my dell modified pc into a new case. i know this sint reccomended but ive done it and it all works apart from one thing, the front panel which has 2 usb slots. i put them into the slot that the dell case went into my usb wifi lit up but it doesnt get recognised by the pc anymore, so its fried, so i realised i plugged the connectors in wrong. the connectors are +vcc d+ and d- and the mobos from a dimension 4600 (dell). i know it a lot but does anyone know how to wire the usb slts into the front panelthing properly?


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Posted 09 January 2008 - 04:46 PM

We may be able to look it up. we would need the dell service ID tag located on the back of the computer.

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