You will not find a driver for USB's. The reason you will not is USB's are updated through windows update service. There may be another reason your USB's are not working. Enter into your bios & open your manual to help you navigate while in the bios. See section 4.4 "Advanced menu", page 4-16. High-light & open "USB Configuration". See section 4.4.6 page 4-25.
Make sure all USB's are enabled in your bios. After making changes, save the bios & exit. The system should restart & your USB's should function.
If by some chance your USB's still do not function just let me know what operating system you are running. Include information about your CD/DVD writer. Is it external? Name & model number please.
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No, there is nothing on the corner where you say it is damaged, i have one of these boards and still have the manual, the ps/2 sockets might have come away from the board and may need to be resoldered if anything. I am curruntly using a usb keyboard on my pc, and using vista, the keyboard automatically kicks it when post screen appears, what make of keyboard do you have? I suggest getting hold of another usb keyboard, they should be generic as soon as the computer posts. There is nothing in the manual that says there is a setting to change keyboards from ps/2 to usb. They should be generic. post back if you need more help.
it would seem that you are not the only one with this problem with the USB's, the only soloution i have found that people say works is to reset the cmos (remove motherboard battery without any power cord attached) for 10 mins, or, go into the bios and reset to default/optomised defaults
Given that this board was distributed with an AGP 8x interface, supporting Windows XP and processors up to P4 at 3.2 GHz, it is not likely that the motherboard is related to any issues with writing to a CD/DVD drive. It is possible there is some other issue, perhaps with the drive itself, or with the software being utilized to perform the writing functions.
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Answer me this. You're case is an Antec tower? The motherboard is the Asus P4P800 SE ? Is this correct?
If you have you're manual you can see what goes where on the board for front panel connector page. 2-31. (This diagram shows you how to connect the front mic & speaker).
To connect the Antec's front USB ports plug the case USB front connectors onto USB56 & USB78 shown on page. 2-30. Most case wires are already set within their USB connectors & the Antec's front USB connector should fit right on the mother board's pin's. If you need you're user manual, download from Asus by clicking on this link. http://support.asus.com/download/download.aspx?modelname=P4P800%20SE&SLanguage=en-us