Driver for USB port on my Intel Pentium II machine
The USB port is in place and the new hardware is recognized but it does not appear in Explorer presumably because the driver requires updating. I would like to download the appropriate driver. Can you Help?
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Re: Driver for USB port on my Intel Pentium II machine
Thats a tough operating system to get support from. If you can find out who the manufacturer of the motherboard is you could try a windows 98 driver for it. If you can find a way to put Windows XP into your computer, that would make it easier to take care of it.
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check bios enable usb, xp has usb drivers. if still not working, buy add in card, onboard usb may be damaged! i have seen this before many times! also you can try to contact acer,but they are often not helpful! good-day!
Sorry, I figured it out, it was because the serial to usb adapter i was using needed a driver, and then my computer recognizes it as an extra serial port. So, during installation it needed to be searched for automatically from my serial ports.
CPU: Intel Pentium III / Intel Pentium II / Intel Celeron slot1 ASIC: Intel 440BX AGP set Architecture: 3 xISA slots + 4 x PCI slots + 1 x AGP slos Max. Memory: 1 GB SDRAM for DIMMx 4 DIMM Type: 8/16/32/64/128/256 MB BIOS: AWARD plug-n-play flash ROM BIOS On Board I/O: 2 serial ports (UART 16C550 supported) 1 parallel port (SPP/EPP/ECP supported). 2 floppy drive supported (1.2/1.44./2.88 MB) 2-channel IDE (PIO Mode 4 and ultra DMA/33 bus master supported) 2 USB ports supported (universal serial bus) 1 PS/2 Mouse Port 1 PS/2 Keyboard Port On Board SCSI: Adaptec AHA-7880P ultra wide SCSI controller SCSI Port: 68-pin wide SCSI and 50-pin FAST SCSI connector yes Battery: 3V lithium battery Green Function: Yes Connector: IrDA, Wake On LAN, SB-LINK,Wake On Modem Board Size: 244 mm x 305 mm, ATX form factor
Check the USB properties if there are some errors at Control Panel> System> Device Manager> USB device. Install the compliment CD driver for USB devices. Also try placing the mouse into other USB port(s). Update your OS as necessary for device patches and if there's a need to install driver for the said mouse please install then.. Hope thos helps.
No. DDR replaced the SD in RAM so SDRAM and DDR RAM are two completely different things but each ram type has its own frequency hence you get SDRAM 100(mhz) and SDRAM 133(Mhz) just like you get DDR 1 RAM at 266(mhz) and 400(mhz) and DDR 2 RAM at 533(mhz) and 800(mhz). Therefore as you can see how these things differ, but if your mboard takes SDRAM that it can take and frequency of SDRAM but you must ensure that all the frequencies of all your RAM modules in all your slots correspond otherwise you will have problems, meaning that if you decide to use 133mhz RAM then all your RAM modules that you use must be the same. Let me know how you go. thanks