Question about IBM Netfinity 4000R 8652 Server
Bought Server Fedora 6 was installed. Upgraded the Hard Drive to a HD 40 GB Drive and Installed the Max 2GB of RAM. I am only running 1 processor at the current time but have another to install shortly. Everything works perfectly except USB ports on the back. They were working when I got the server but after upgrading and installing Server 2003 they no longer work. I downloaded the PCI to USB Drivers and installed them and they show they are installed however the server fails to load them or atleast the devices. I feel it is most likely a BIOS problem however there is no Support anymore for this server on IBM and INTEL which is what the Chipset and BIOS is seems not to be of any use either. Need Suggestions ..... If you have an answer drop me a message @ email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org and let me know what to do about this problem. I am a Web Master / Net Admin so don't be afraid to drop big terms...... This is the first time I have ever ran across such a tempramental touchy server in my life.
You have no bangs in device manager ?
any unknown devices ?
USB "may be" in the southbridge and you need to install intel chip set drivers ..
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