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Mirddes

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#116325 25-Apr-2013 15:54
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i need a PCI card which has both a usb header and an internal usb port.

 

the header and the port cannot be shared.

 

rear usb ports are not required as the header will be used to power this

http://dx.com/p/3-5-front-chassis-bay-embedded-sdhc-ms-sd-mmc-tf-m2-card-reader-with-4-usb-port-55612

 

whereas the USB port will be used to boot puppy linux from a thumbdrive

 

2 or more rear usb ports would be ok as long as NONE of the ports/header are shared.

 

 

please help me

 

 

HAVE A GREAT DAY

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Mirddes

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  #805643 25-Apr-2013 22:46
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i have found many with shared ports.

 

2 rear ports with a header and internal port is very cheap.

 

shared ports makes it unsuitable.

 

if 7 ports is possible surely nonshared is also.

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