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Recently, my system just up & died, and I've got a shiny new one. I don't have any real problem - just a major inconvenience.

I've got the CM Stacker case, with 6 front-panel USB connectors, and the Asus P5GD2, with only 4 USB ports to send to send to that front panel.

Is there some way to create an inline hub to activate all 6 front-panel conectors?

My plan was to:
Send two of the free MB ports directly to the front-panel connectors
Send another of the free MB ports to an internal card reader
Hub the remaning free MB port to the four remaning front-panel connectors

Any way to do this? I figured there had to be some sort of hub adapter/cable to do just this -- but I'm coming up short.

- John
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