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In order to answer your question, I will do further research o this matter, as soon as I get any information I will post all the details on this thread.
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The USB port arrangement is as follows:
USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type-C port implemented via the external back panel USB Type-C connector (maximum current is 3A):
USB 3.0 ports (maximum current is 900 mA for each blue port, 1.5 A for the orange charging port):
― Two ports are implemented with external front panel connectors (one blue and one orange charging capable)
― Two ports are implemented with external back panel connectors (blue)
USB 2.0 ports (maximum current is 500 mA for each port of the white header (1 A total):
― Two ports via two single-port internal 1x4 1.25 mm pitch headers (white)
― One port is reserved for the M.2 2230 Wireless module All the USB ports are high-speed, full-speed, and low-speed capable
This is for the internal (and yes, it is shared):
I hope this helps, and as for the fuses, can you please provide more details about it?
Regarding the fuse, I was just curious if it was easily replaced, but was more curious than anything. (You posted a pic of it... "The +5V DC power on the USB header is fused."). Unimportant though.
I was trying to get Qubes OS running on it and was having trouble with the USB ports so I was hoping for a separate bus that I could just use keyboard/mouse on with relative ease, but I'll hurdle through with the single bus. It's a journey I was going to have to make at some point anyway.
Thanks so much!