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Which USB card will work.

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I wish to add a PCI USB Card so I can transfer images from my digital camera.

I'v read that a PCI USB 2.0 card should work.

To avoid any hassle of trial and error from buying any random card, can anybody recommend a specific card that works without issues.

Running Windows XP Pro - SP2

Thanks..

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Almost ANY that list Windows XP on the side of the box.

Here is one for $9 that was rated 5/5 by 197 people. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16815124008

Anyways, USB 2.0 has been out for many years, is a standard on all computers, and is 400x faster than USB 1.0.

Either way, I recommend you goto www.newegg.com, as all of their products, including their PCI USB expansion cards, have honest reviews from users that purchased them. I always read the reviews there before purchasing. And I would think 80% of the reviewers there even, have WinXP Pro SP2, however they will even state it alot of times, in addition to the Specifications page listing it.

Either way, very easy upgrade, have fun.




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