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Vt8366-8233 m/board upgrade to usb 2

I have decided to upgrade an old pc with this m/board to usb 2, i have a vt8366-8233 m/board (other info if you need it that i took from manual are this is Bn790e, chipset via kt-266a it has 523,760 ram. After installing the card and driver(when directing to driver cd,a message says that the pc has already got driver for the card)but when inserting memory stick noithing appears in 'my computer'but the safely remove device icon appears and in device manager it says i have a usb2 device working propley, sometimes also the pc freezes. the os is windows 2000 pro

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Upgrade to xp.
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Don't laugh, cuz this is way out of date, but I am using an IWILL XP333 motherboard and am wanting to keep using it for now. It does not come with USB 2.0 but I want to upgrade to that. I was told by...


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My advice is you go to a small computer repair place in your city and see if they can help you find a board to solve this dilemma. Expect to pay up to $45.00 US for this board.

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