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USB PROBLEM- Hey its me Shademon

Hey its me Shademon. I had usb problems and I was wondering the same thing you told me. That i should get a pci card with usb ports on it. Do you think that would work? My usbs back and front do the same thing. How do I know the Pci card i get wont do the same thing. Aren't all usb connections connected to the same thing, the motherbaord? Just holler at me when you got a solution. Thx........

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Shademon - I'm assuming that the drive letter change didn't help? If not, here's the deal. When you installed Vista over XP you may not have had all of the correct drivers installed. There is still an option. Try going to microsoft update and running cutom updates, down the lefthand side you should see a list of "hardware" updates download and install all of those, perhaps there is a driver update for vista. If that doesn't work you probably have a few ports that are direct soldered to your mobo, but you've probably also got a few in the front that run on a 4 - 8 pin cable to your board. You can also buy a card that should go into your vacant PCI slots (make sure it's vista capable) and you should be able to install the drivers/software direct via a CD with the new hardware check out these products newegg is pretty reasonable price http://www.newegg.com/Product/ProductList.aspx?Submit=ENE&DEPA=0&Order=BESTMATCH&Description=PCI+USB hope this helps let me know if I can answer anything else.

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