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Plug [Q] USB 3 Header to USB 2 Header

So I just built my first desktop PC from scratch. My case has 4 front side USB ports (2 2.0 and 2 3.0) I had no issues connecting the 2.0 ports to the mainboard but am unable to connect the 3.0 ports as im missing the 3.0 connector on the mainboard (Asus A97 LE) Would there be a way I can use short jumper cables to go from the USB 3 header to the USB 2 connections on the mainboard?
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So I just built my first desktop PC from scratch. My case has 4 front side USB ports (2 2.0 and 2 3.0) I had no issues connecting the 2.0 ports to the mainboard but am unable to connect the 3.0 ports as im missing the 3.0 connector on the mainboard (Asus A97 LE) Would there be a way I can use short jumper cables to go from the USB 3 header to the USB 2 connections on the mainboard?
There would be no reason to run 3.0 to 2.0.
If the 3.0 ports aren't even connected to the board then call your manufacturer.
But in the meantim you should just use a hub.
No need to download the whole android sdk or put adb in your path anymore!
Just extract my tool and run the adbClientLaunch script.
To get started go here >
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...ight=adbclient
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