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Here are the specs. to this motherboard
Intel 810E Chipset, Socket 370, Compatible Processors: Intel Pentium III
Intel Pentium III
Max supported CPUs qty
Number of Memory Slots
2 x DIMMs
Audio / Video
Video Out Ports
15 Pin D-Sub VGA port x 1
Desktopso to your queston... Yes it supports Intel PIII have fun >.<
Check the all functions installed properly. Go to these steps: Start > Control Panel >System > Hardware Tab > Device Manager If errors on USB port presents ,then reinstall intel chip set software,it can install either by the cd that came with your board or that is must downloaded from the intel center. If these all steps are already given then do following: Enter bios setup by pressing F2. Go to Advanced >USB configuration Set USB 2.0 to enabled Exit and save changes.
Hear some any beeps to your motherboard. If your hear this beeps then motherboard will identify what is the loss connection of trouble of your MOBO. If you don't then have to remove tor clear the CMOS by removing the Lithium Battery in it. Good luck!
it is a hardware conflict, there is no way to fix it, unl;ess perhaps, you had a seperate usb controller for the printer. it is a pci card which you would have to install, and even that is not guaranteed to work.
The USB ports have gone bad. Just because they show up in device manager as being recognized does not mean they are working correctly. They are controlled by chips onthe motherboard and if one of those chips has gone bad, then they just won't work. The cheapest solution would be to purchase a USB card and install it, bypassing the onboard ports. Thanks and please take a moment to give this solution a rating of fixya. Thanks! :c)