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CORRECTThis is what is known, I believe, as the Intel standard.
There is another standard used on many motherboards, such as PCChips M755:
as follows (using YOUR pin numbering scheme of 1 to 10)
1-Vcc; 3-NC;5-D1-;7-D1+;9=GND
normally implemented as TWO 5-pin connectors
CORRECTOh, its right, I think. On all internal cardreaders I have seen this pinout is right.APPROVED
2009-11-22 17:32:18rev. 6CORRECTAPPROVED
2009-11-26 16:22:46rev. 6CORRECTAPPROVED
2010-02-28 00:14:49rev. 6CORRECTAPPROVED
2011-11-29 19:12:36rev. 6CORRECTAPPROVED
2012-02-18 22:26:38rev. 6CORRECTAPPROVED
2012-04-09 13:48:39rev. 6CORRECTOn cables there are often five wires, I guess the last one is used for shielding, maybe on motherboards, pin 9 and 10 provide shield grounding?APPROVED
2012-04-21 18:47:38rev. 6CORRECTAPPROVED
2018-04-16 12:38:18rev. 8CORRECTAPPROVED

History of users contributions

Date Content
Author Comment
2008-07-27 20:38:23rev. 2Dr.EdelonMy self exp. In most MB USB pin for 2nd port is reversed. V+ swap with GRND and D- wint D+ ! Detect direction by power pins befor connect.
2009-02-21 22:24:37rev. 4Leon LoopikN/C is not connected to USB port 2 ;-)
2009-07-07 22:34:22rev. 4out dated.
2009-08-07 18:42:01rev. 6Petrovi4amendment to article
2009-08-15 12:59:01rev. 6

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