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USB 2.0 PCI Host Card CPQ5PHC

My computer wants the drivers for this card.  there does not seem to be one on their website.  Should't this be a plug and play thing?

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Re: USB 2.0 PCI Host Card CPQ5PHC

Let me know if your pc is running with winxp if winxp there will such problem doesnot exist. but in case of win98 you have to test drivers which is available in win98 and match to usb pci


follow this procedure


go to mycomputer

right click

select device manager

right click

click on scan for device



new hardware instalation wizard


search for new hardware


automaticaly update drivers


check one or more driver


and save which is compitable to your pci usb




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1. Ensure you have all of Microsoft's Windows updates for your operating system, uninstall the drivers and reinstall drivers for the card IF you have Windows updates to download/install.
2. Install the card into a different PCI slot (again reinstall the drivers). If you do not have another PCI slot, swap it with another PCI card (if you do not need that other PCI card then leave it uninstalled physically to see if the problem goes away)
3. Update the BIOS on the motherboard. To do this you may need to contact your motherboard or system vendor to assist.

What version of Windows are you using?


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