Replacing the H210/H210i USB Module

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In this article, we will detail the process of replacing your H210 USB Module. This can be done easily with a Phillips #1 Screw Driver and a bit of time. Firstly, you would need to remove the glass panel and the back panel on your H210 case. This can be done by loosening the screws shown in the photo below.


The front panel would also need to be removed, this can be done by lifting up on the bottom of the front of the case.


Once the front panel is removed you will need to next remove the front filter and front radiator bracket. If you have a cooler and fans installed, you can leave them installed. Just be careful to not let the tubes/cables from your fans/radiator get torn/stretched.


Once removed, you will now be able to start removing the screws holding the USB Module. There are three that hold this part in the place shown in the photo below. There are threw screws that hold the PCB to the module shell, do not remove those screws. Those screws have been marked with an "X" symbol.


Once these two screws are removed then you can pull the hub out, we recommend following all the cables from the hub to your motherboard to verify where they are connected. In the photo below are photos of these connections for your reference when searching for these cables. Note, for the USB 3.1 Gen 2 connector, some motherboards may not support this connection so if you cannot find it, verify your motherboard supports it.


After you have removed the USB module, reverse the previous steps to install the new module you received. If you have any questions on this process please contact our Customer Service Team.

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