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    Default Re: ASRock Z77 Extreme6/TB4 Device Error

    wardog, that's what I thought the connection SHOULD be, an earlier description by the OP sounded different. IMO, that makes it more weird, HOW can that device screw up a standard USB 2.0 connection? I wonder if the XFast USB "feature" is the culprit?

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    Default Re: ASRock Z77 Extreme6/TB4 Device Error

    Quote Originally Posted by parsec View Post
    wardog, that's what I thought the connection SHOULD be, an earlier description by the OP sounded different. IMO, that makes it more weird, HOW can that device screw up a standard USB 2.0 connection? I wonder if the XFast USB "feature" is the culprit?
    I assume you're referring to the OP's meandering statement "I have this attached to the front of the case and I just shoved it into one of the Internal USB ports (Port 7) and didn't realize it, I thought it was just another front panel USB port."

    hehheh, I too didn't quite understand just what was said/meant there in that.

    So not quite being able to decipher it I now realize I made the incorrect assumption it was an external card reader that employed a USB cable that he connected to one of the cases front/top usb ports.

    In considering your post above, I went back and re-read through the posts again and I'm now leaning towards the observation that this card reader is an "internal' usb interface reader that fits/slides into a 5.25 or 3.5 case opening that mates internally to the mb.

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    Default Re: ASRock Z77 Extreme6/TB4 Device Error

    wardog, you are correct sir! I did not get how the card reader was connected. Still don't get it.

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    Default Re: ASRock Z77 Extreme6/TB4 Device Error

    Quote Originally Posted by - wardog - View Post
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    In considering your post above, I went back and re-read through the posts again and I'm now leaning towards the observation that this card reader is an "internal' usb interface reader that fits/slides into a 5.25 or 3.5 case opening that mates internally to the mb.

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    Yes this is correct. The card reader is an internal USB interface reader that fits into a 3.5 case opening that is plugged into the mother board directly.

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