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Problems with the USB hub on P5GD2, running Vista

Well...i'm having some troubles with the USB ports...The PC is saying that I have no USB 2.0 ports installed (and so all my USB devices are running at a low speed).
This happened after upgrading my Bios to vers. P5GD2D07...before that, all went fine! I went to the official site, there's no driver compatible with Vista...may I force an XP one, or is there any other solution?

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So you mean that you change your OS from XP to Vista? Yeah it really wont work normal because the driver that you installed is not for VISTA compatible drivers. ANd also you cannot force to install an XP driver to a Vista OS. Try to look to google that MBR of your and find some compatible driver for your VISTA.


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