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PCI express fire wire card driver for Vista

Ive ppurchased your hardware. Do you have the latest driver?

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SOURCE: USB 2 PCI card installation on IBM NetVista with MS Vista

Lucy,

USB 2.0 cards require 2 IRQs.

  • 1 IRQ supports USB 1.1
  • and the other the Enhanced (USB 2.0) controller.
Installing the USB 2.0 card in a slot that does NOT share an IRQ or shares an IRQ with onboard USB produces the best result. Consult your motherboard manual or online guide to determine which PCI slot is best for you.

You should also try disabling the on board USB support from BIOS setup.

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Posted on Apr 28, 2008

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SOURCE: Acer AM5100-e5311a - Does it support PCI-Express v2.0?

PCI-E is backwards convertible with any other version. Don't worry about mixing versions up. Instead ensure you select the right size. x 16 is the standard right now. Just pick up any card that is a x16 and you'll be fine.

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SOURCE: more compatibility problems ?

what you will need to do is accertain which cpu format you have in your machine and find out if you have pcie 1 or 2

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Posted on Feb 24, 2009

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SOURCE: upgrade compatibility continued

hiya

as this pc is skt 775 and has dual core support then it is quite likely that the e5200 will work but may need a bios update to support this cpu...

just goto dells site and choose the pc u have and select drivers then download the lastest bios, transfer it to the dell pc run it as its a self extractor system will reboot perform the update then bobs ya uncle.......pop in new cpu and hey presto cheapo ugrado

#and as for the graphics card you will need to accertain which pcie version u have as most dell pc's only have pcie v1 so wont be able to handle the newer gpu's on the market.......

hope this helps

Rik

Posted on Feb 25, 2009

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SOURCE: PCI Express slot not working

go into the bios and change the video settings from onboard video to pcie video

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