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Pci to usb2.0 card not recognized in device manager?

Hi,
I have a pci to usb2.0 card installed in my old 586 desktop
pc. But I noticed that it has a ACCESSBUS controller card in
my device manager with a yellow question mark (in xp and
vista) and the device obviously not working. There is no
driver included. How to solve?



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    Obviously, selecting update driver via internet will not work.
    Is it possible that the card is damaged or not sat well in its slot?

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Hi there are two ways, I presume as you have seen the problem in device manager, you have tried right clicking over the ? and selecting undate driver from there? Or try going to this link for you driver, I found this on google: http://www.download32.com/access-bus-controller-driver-software.html
Hope this helps

Posted on Jul 14, 2010

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