By removing the USB-C connector, it means you will need to connect another cable to your computer and that will add another cost to your upgrade.
You can check out the video below to see how to fix this issue.
If you don’t see any problems, the USB cable can be attached to the USB port on your computer.
If the USB connector is still attached to your motherboard, try disconnecting the USB plug from your motherboard to see if this works.
If this does not fix your issue, you can find a replacement USB-A cable in the Microsoft Store for $8.49.