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USB 2.0 pci card for a Proliant ML150 G2 Running Server 2003?

USB 2.0 pci card for a Proliant ML150 G2 Running Server 2003?

USB 2.0 pci card for a Proliant ML150 G2 Running Server 2003?

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We have a Proliant ML150 G2 server  running server 2003 which serves as our media server for Backup Exec 2010.  Need to pick up a USB 2.0 card for it as it only has 2 usb ports and we need to hook up a second drive for back up purposes.  Currently usb ports are taken up by the keyboard/monitor switchbox usb and the first usb hard drive.   Need a 3rd port to hook up a second usb hard drive and hubs are not recommended for use with hard drives.  Any recommendations on a usb 2.0 pci card that works in a Proliant ML150 G2 running server 2003?

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