I'm doing a case switch for a friend, but the USB cable from the front panel is wired differently than the motherboard's USB header pins. I cannot find any information on this board to find out what the exact layout of the pins are to change the harness. The board is labeled as an Intel E210882. I can run Everest to get the exact model...I've heard that this marking of E210882 is common on different boards.
Anyway, The USB cable has a jack with a 10 pin layout. There are 4 wires on each side of the adapter, Red, White, Green, and Black...two of each color. I'm assuming one group of these wires (R,W,G,B) correspond to one USB ports on the front panel.
The original layout of the adapter was White, Red, Green, Black, Empty...on each side. With this setup, the machine would completely freeze when any USB device was attached. The only diagram that I found online showed a setup of Black, Green, Red, White. I took a chance and rewired the harness. Now, when I plug in a device, nothing happens. My device has a blue LED to indicate power...but it does not light up.
I don't really want to take another chance and was hoping that someone out there has an idea of the correct pin config for this board. I'll run Everest and post any more findings!
Thanks in advance for your help!