20 Pin USB 3.0 Internal Header Y Splitter Issue

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n00b
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Hello,
i would like to ask about possible solutions to my problem regarding a Hardware solution for internal 20 Pin Expansion.
My Setup is the following: Motherboard: Z390m-Itx/ac ( No USB-C internal Header )
Case: NZXT H210i ( USB-C Frontpanel to internal USB-C and USB-A to 20 Pin internal)
How to connect the Case with my motherboard?
My solution findings gave me the idea to use a 20 Pin split.....
Unfortunately everytime i plug some device to one of the case connectors, windows 10 is unable to provide drivers, no matter which device. Also, plugging in 2 devices at the same time results in a fight between devices, basically the error message popups won´t stop till i unplug one device.
Does anybody have a solution? I am not planning to buy a different Motherboard...D:
PC Config.jpg

https://www.moddiy.com/products/20-Pin-USB-3.0-Internal-Header-Y-Splitter-Cable-12cm.html
20_Pin_USB_3.0_Internal_Header_Y_Splitter_Cable_12cm_2__09142_zoom.jpg

Connecting it with Silverstones 20 Pin to Usb-C Solution the SST-CP14.
cp14-34right-top.jpg
 

Ready4Dis

[H]ard|Gawd
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That is a passive splitter, it physically means the data pins from the usb-c adapter and the device you plug into the normal USB port are electrically shorted. The solution is either a pcie add on USB card or a motherboard that has more than 1 USB header. I have an h510 and bought an MSI b550 board because it was one of the few I could find with a USB gen 2 header.
 

Ready4Dis

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You could try using a USB 2.0 port to replace the 3.0.... it won't be as fast but at least it's be working.
 
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