Does anyone have any input on why when i connect a 2.0 device it say not recognized ? only with 2.0 devices standard USB devices work fine with no problems , im running windows xpSP3 and when i go to do a bios update on the ECS website it says bin folder not the same size .. any advice? thanks again in advance
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Have you tried going into your control panel and used the Add Hardware wizard? Hopefully, that is all it will take to fix the problem. Otherwise, I would probably use your 1 year limited warranty letting them know that your Windows XP would not recognize the drive.
Hi, ull need to check the boot device priority in ur BIOS which is accessable usualy by pressing the delete key at the start of the boot process. If everthing is correct there and yet it doesnt boot from ur hard disk, try changing it to boot from cd and check if it boots. If it does then i think either your hard disk is corrupted or your OS.
This is a USB problem. The pc is telling you that your device will work better if you connect it to a USB 2 port.
Make sure that you have your USB 2 drivers installed. They usually come on the setup disc that you have with your motherboard. If not, use free 'cpuz' program (google it) to determine your motherboard type/serial no, then search for 'usb 2 driver for 'insert your board serial' mobo.
Yes, this can still be fix, try first to run the setup CD for your ECS motherboard to reinstall the driver for those devices...if still not fix you may need to download the latest driver for your motherboard from ECS web site and update the driver for those devices..
Why can't I install Windows XP on my S-ATA HDD by SiS964?
A: You have to copy the driver paired with the motherboard package into a floppy disc before you installing WinXP or Windows 2000 on your system, and follow the notice showed on the screen to insert the floopy disc. The system will grab the needed driver from the disc to finish the installation of S-ATA HDD automatically.
Because SiS964 was announced before than Windows XP and WinXP therefore it can't recognize it. If you want to install a whole new WinXP (or Windows 2000) on S-ATA HDD by SiS964, you need to copy the necessary driver from the directory named floopy image on your driver CD to one floopy disc. When you begin to install OS, follows the instruction to put your disc into floopy drive. After this, you will keep on installing your WinXP smoothly. If you use P-ATA HDD, you don't need to do like this.
t this off the sis.com web site what does it all mean.
on most motherboards you have to install soundcards into the top or no 1 PCI slot if you dont it wont boot up. a lot of people install thier modem in that slot if yours is it will have to be moved to the bottom slot, this should fix your problem.