I had a similar problem when I built this computer. I
installed a Firewire card that has a standard 6 pin female
port, but the cable Antec supplied with the case for the
front panel used individual header connectors. After a
wait, Antec did order some replacement cables with a male
Have a nice day.
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| Thanks. I have tried both websites but couldn't find it.
If I can't find
| a supplier I will probably take your advice and get one
| "Jim Macklin" <p51mustang[threeX12]@xxxhotmail.calm> wrote
| > Try www.newegg.com or www. *** guys.com or you could
| > vacation in the USA.
| > You could take a copy of the picture of the product to
| > computer shop and build the adapter from common parts by
| > modifying a standard USB cable.
| > If the company in question ships to South America, they
| > certainly could ship to the UK, you might just email
| > ask.
| > --
| > The people think the Constitution protects their rights;
| > But government sees it as an obstacle to be overcome.
| > | I have a Shuttle branded internal card reader that
| > into a spare floppy
| > | bay. This connects to a spare USB header on the
| > motherboard. Unfortunately
| > | I don't seem to have any USB headers on my board. I
| > however have a spare
| > | internal USB port on the back of a USB expansion card.
| > You can buy the
| > | adaptor I need at
| > http://www.yqcomputer.com/
| > | unfortunately this company wont ship to the UK. Does
| > anyone know where I
| > | can buy this cable in the UK or a company that will
| > to the UK?
| > | Thanks in advance.
| > |
| > |