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Support CD for m/b installs but doesn't mention USB. Driver from ECS website for USB unpacks correctly and the setup runs but terminates within a second without displaying any messages.
When devices are plugged into any of the USB ports windows displays a message that the device would work better in a USB 2.0 port.
Tried 2 identical motherboards with Win XP pro and Win 2000 pro.
There are 4 USB connectors on back ad a header for the front ports, all act in the same way. ECS PT890T-A v1.0 motherboards.
Try downloading these drivers from ECS website:
Let me know what happens.
Posted on Jan 23, 2008
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May 03, 2013 | IBM PC Desktops
Download and unpack the Windows XP driver from HP's website
Locate Setup.exe. If you kept the default unpack options, it should be in C:\swsetup\SP27103
Right-click on Setup.exe and select Properties
Select the Compatibility Tab
Check the box for "Run this program in compatibility mode for Windows XP"
Check the box for "Run this program as administrator"
Apply these changes and exit the properties dialog
Enjoy your integrated sound card as it was meant to be enjoyed
hope this helps
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