If the card reader connects to the motherboard which from what you're saying it does, and if the motherboard has no card reader connectors on it then no, theres nothing you can do other than replace it with one that connects via USB rather than connecting to the motherboard. Its like wanting to plug a 13 amp plug into a house without any power sockets it can't be done.
Get one that connects via USB, Aria for example sell some just make sure you don't get one that connects to the motherboard and you'll be fine.click here
I'm glad I was wrong, I must admit I did not read your post clearly and did not realise you had USB headers on the board. Must learn to pay more attention. Appologies. Regarding if the connections had not been suitable or if they were incorrectly connected the board would not have been destroyed, the worst thing that would have happened, as far as I know, would have been the USB would have blown. The board would have still worked but there would be no USB and a USB PCI card would have had to be purchased to overcome this. Its very important when connecting anything to USB headers to be 100% certain you know what each connection is and to connect it correctly. Thankfully s99Raj clearly knew what he was doing.
Glad it worked s99Raj.
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