I have an HP DL380 G5 server and a PCI-E card that I need to use in the server. The problem: the PCI-E card requires additional power from a 4-pin floppy connector, and the HP DL380 G5's PSU has no floppy connector cables (in fact, the PSU plugs directly into the motherboard and has no connector cables whatsoever).
Is there any other way I can provide power to the PCI-E card? Are there adapters that allow me to draw power from a USB connector or one of the many proprietary connectors on the motherbord? Can I buy another PCI card with a floppy connector that I can use to drive my PCI-E card?
My googling has given me a bunch of USB to Molex adapter cables, but no USB to floppy connector adapters. I know the ideal solution would be to buy a different sound card or somehow find a server with a 4-pin floppy connector, but we're a low-budget college student operation and I'd rather do some MacGyvering than to spend more from our (non-existent) budget.