Question about EliteGroup (CNRV12)
I have windows xp and prior to the upgrade, I was using my Cnr riser modem with no problem. However, since I updated to win xp I cannot get the cnr riser modem to work. I downloaded the latest driver for the modem as instructed. It showed up fine in the device manager and listed with no type of errors or problems. But when I try to query it, It tells me that the comm port is already in use. I checked the ports but the one that I assigned to it is not in use. I even tried every comm port thats listed. But I get the same message every single time. Does anyone have any advise????
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I had the same problem. Tyr this.. Install windows x64 1st install the ide driver (it's a setup program) reboot 2nd go to device manager, you will see a PCI bridge device, update that driver to the lan driver on the cd. reboot Then install the rest of the drivers. If you don't do it in that order you will NEVER be able to install the Lan driver without reinstalling windows.
Posted on Sep 10, 2007
Try downloading the driver here:
Posted on Dec 22, 2007
Kaiwah, You never said how old the MB is, but it looks like the onboard video is bad. If it is still under warranty have them fix it. If not go out and get a new board. I have seen yours for about less than $100.00 bucks
Posted on Dec 28, 2007
I think installing the proper drivers for your motherboard and operating system should work.
Find your drivers here (scroll down to see the available drivers and make sure you install the drivers for your operating system) or on the cd that belongs to your motherboard.
Posted on Apr 01, 2008
If the usb ports don't seam to have power, I suspect that at some time something was plugged into one of the ports, either at an angle or upside down, shorting the +5 vdc supply. Usually the supply voltage is fed to the ports thru a "zero ohm resistor", basically a fuse that blows protecting the power supply. You may be able to find and replace it but much easier is to install a 4 port usb pci card. They're cheap and you can go to 2.0.
Posted on Jan 13, 2010
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