I'm installing a new mainboard & the FUSB connectors on the case wiring differ from the pins on the mainboard.The board pins are:VCC D0- D0+ GND NCVCC D1- D1+ GND EMPTYThe case connctors are:VCC1, DATA-1, DATA+1, GROUND1, SHIELDVCC2, DATA-2, DATA+2, GROUND2, EMPTYI have wired the connectors labelled '1' to the pins labelled '0' & the connectors labelled 2 to the pins labelled '1'. I've also connected the 'SHIELD' wire to the 'NC' pin.I just wanted to check that I'm not going to damage any USB devices by connecting the board in this way. Have I done the right here?Thanks in advance.
That looks OK - the D0- is equivalent to DATA-1 and so on.
Thanks DieSse, it all seems to be working OK.
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