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Flash media Reader with USB 2.0 port?

Posted on 2003-12-03
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Hi,

Does anyone know of an internal 3.5" Flash media reader (multi format, Memory Stick, etc.) that has a USB 2.0 port built in on the front of it?

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Hi aflat362,

Found one here => http://www.soyousa.com/products/proddesc.php?id=234

Greetings,

LucF
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by:Kyle Schroeder
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That's a nice one LucF...and the Clear CMOS feature is just cool & handy!

Good find!

-dog*
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by:LucF
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>>and the Clear CMOS feature is just cool & handy!
I'd just leave that jumperwire disconnected on my system, I have a little brother that would love this option to get rid of my BIOS password ;-) my case already has a big lock on it.
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by:aflat362
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Thanks - looks like this will do.

Not sure why they decided to put a clear CMOS button on there.
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by:LucF
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Glad to help ;-)

btw, a lot of people who overclock their computer will love that button, if you overclock too far, computers will refuse to boot. After clearing the CMOS it'll boot again, now with this button, they don't have to open up their case anymore to clear the CMOS.
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