Usually this internal card reader only works with ECS motherboards but the hacked drivers (included later in the instructable) let it work with any motherboard...!
Step 1: Aquire Parts
I picked mine up from PB Tech in Hamilton, New Zealand for only NZ$5.60 PBTech in NZ... a quick search on google will find many others from as low as US$0.99 on Ebay...
Also required is a male USB plug on some cable... the $2 shop provided this for me plus i get a spare female USB socket for free (the other end of a 1.5m USB extension cable)
Step 2: Open the Card Reader
The case then splits in two, carefully remove the board from the casing with the faceplate still attached. You can now disconnect the USB wires from the board as there is a nice little plug.
Now cut and strip the wires at about 40mm from the plug (card reader end).
Now take your USB extension cable and lop off the male plug (leave at least 200mm or so of cable but its up to you of course)... now strip those wires....
Step 3: Connect Wires
You dont have to solder if you dont want want too... twisting wires is much cheaper and nastier..!!
Now wrap the connections up individually with insulation tape and then wrap those all together to make it all as compact as possible.
Now make a knot in the USB cable close to the insulation tape bundle.
Step 4: Reassemble
Now fit the base back on and reinstall the screws....