|Ah, now we are getting to the root of the problem. |
It has nothing to do with the BIOS, but a lot to do with the motherboard.
There is no standard configuration for the USB headers on the the motherboard. You need the motherboard manual for that and adjust the wiring in the USB backplane accordingly.
The problem is that you may well have damaged the USB ports on the motherboard at the same time as you damaged the USB memory and no amount of rewiring is going to make it work.
Phoenix bios d686 says nothing about the motherboard. That particular BIOS is likely to be installed on a wide variety of motherboards from a wide variety of manufactures.