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I am currently experiencing codes 1 and 10 when looking at the properties for the DIGI AccelePort 8r 920 card, i would like to know what these codes mean. I have been unable to load the driver for this equipment.

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CODE 1 - System Failure - No Config Flags (Not Configured).

Verify you have the latest driver installed for your device. You may also be able to resolve this issue by removing the device in Device Manager and going through the Add New Hardware Wizard in Control Panel.

CODE 10 - Device Failed to start.

Even this error code indicates that you may not have the latest drivers for the DIGI Acceleport card.

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