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Damaged USB Hub/Cooling Mat


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I have had a CM Storm SF-19 cooling mat/USB hub for my computer since I got it some time ago. The USB adapter on it recently broke off of the circuit board. So now I can't use the USB ports. It seems to be tough to get to the circuit board. If it is at all possible, can it be fixed or am I better off buying a new one of these or just buying a stand alone USB hub?
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If all your USB ports are broken,i can't see how you can use a USB hub to run the program that comes with it,but if it will run with it's own power supply via the ac adapter that would be great and no need to have the hub or have your ports fixed. So if none of these options work it would depend on how much you want to spend to get your USB ports fixed...
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The mini USB port that connects the hub to my PC is broken, leaving me with only one remaining USB port on my laptop.
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The mini USB port that connects the hub to my PC is broken, leaving me with only one remaining USB port on my laptop.

Ok then the USB hub would be a good option and cheaper...just make sure you get a powered USB hub...
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