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Old 29th July, 2005, 07:23 PM
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Epox 9NDA3J USB 2.0

Hi, I just got SP2 on my comp. I do not have the disc that came with my mobo and (maybe its just me being stupid) I could not find the USB 2.0 drivers on the website. Could you please point me in the right direction? Thanks, Tom
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Try Here

The site is a little slow for me but it works. Download and install the Chipset drivers.
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If you're using XP SP2 then you shouldn't need to install any USB 2.0 drivers since they're included with the OS.
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I am using SP2 but they are not included for some reason
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yeah they are, go to control panel...any yellow exclamations?

Usually there is one for USB controller if you don't have USB 2.0 support installed. Then uninstall this yellow exclamation entry and also all the existing USB controllers/hubs, and reboot windows. The yellow exclamation should go away and you should have USB 2.0 support. You have to make sure you uninstall all the USB related entries in control panel before rebooting. That should let Windows auto install USB 2.0 for you.

This ALWAYS happens to me for some reason, I've never had USB 2.0 install by itself with Windows without going through this process later.
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