Question about Dell Dimension 2300 PC Desktop
Dell Dimension 2300
how to map usb ports USB1 - 6,
that is to be able to label them,
as printers in particular want to stay on same port
You don't map the Universal Serial Buss. You just hook all the devices to the connection points (ports). The computer find them by device, MAC address, etc., not by port number. You can hook up to 127 devices to a computer, and the computer will talk to all of them regardless the physical point of connection. That's the reason, you can buy USB hubs with 4 or more connection points that plug into an USB port (how do you map that?).
USB1 - 6 is for you to know how many devices are connected to the computer via USB at a certain time.
So if your printer is configured for USB1, what ever port you plug that printer in, will be USB1.
Posted on Oct 10, 2009
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