I only want to use the front panel pins on the motherboard to connect to Usb connections on bayone unit. The rear 2 usb ports on the mobo are fine. Bayone one has place for 4 rows of pins, anyone know the layout of how they are assigned. thanks. the unit 4 usb ports, 3 on the face and one for the misc card reader. Which of the 2x5 pins will give me the card reader and atleast 1 usb port on face.
Problem resolved... the USB ports are one to one internal pins on the mobo. Since i want to keep the USB ports on the back of the mobo active, I was only able to use two of the four new ports on the bayone unit. I was looking for a way to use the remaining two but called "Soyo' and they had no answer. Wanted to keep the USB port that is connected internally to the Card Reader active... could not.
I'm having trouble understanding the issue but if it is what I think it is, why don't you remove the "bracket" with the rear USB, disconnect it from the "header" on the motherboard, and use a "PCI I/O card" for rear USB (or an external USB "hub")?
On the Intel 850 it's probably USB 1.1 anyway and a PCI I/O card will give you USB 2.0.
Intel m/b is D850EMV2, has two sets of two usb's on the back panel one for usb1.1 and usb2. I only use the usb2 ports. I was hoping that somehow i could use one of the ports in the Bayone to chain to the Pins located in the Bayone circuit board. I could arrange the pins in correct matching order (ithink). My intention was to get 3 working ports instead of 2. But was told you cannot chain as i tried to define above... thanks again. Also trying to get internal connection from turtle beach santa cruz sound card to Bayone board, so i can plug into front.