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System freeze Installed SYBA SD-NECU2-3E1I four port USB PCI card on Dell GX110 running XP SP3. Windows installs and device manager indicates device is working properly. If I plug anything into it (mouse, keyboard, flash drive, etc.) the system freezes up to the point of having to reboot and unplug whatever I plugged into it. I updated the driver @ drivers-download.com for NEC D720102GC and that did not help. Also, below the internal USB port there are four prongs with a J1 underneath. What might this be for? Thank you for any insight!!!

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The issue was resolved by uninstalling SP3. I uninstalled SP3 and the USB PCI card and rebooted. When SP2 reinstalled the device it installed the corect driver (5.1.2600.2180) and everything is now functional. Have no idea why the correct driver was not in XP SP3.

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