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I have re-installed XTENDA X300.However,the 1st computer on port 1 of PCI card is not clear.It has lines on the screen.Please help

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Swap the XD1 Box on Station one with one of the other stations to test. Also, make sure you swap cables to verify if the problem still exists. Lines on the screen is an indication that the port on the card is bad but swap out the boxes and cables first to confirm.

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Where can i buy a onchip usb2?


FIC FR33E motherboard?

http://www.ebay.com/itm/FIC-FR33E-L-MOTHERBOARD-CPU-LOT-10-/170633274365

Reference: Photo


To the far left side of the motherboard, is actually the Bottom of the motherboard, when installed in your computer case.

The two White long expansion slots you see, are PCI expansion slots.
If one is available, (Open), you can use a PCI USB adapter card.
This is but one example,

http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=4143850&CatId=511

Seem cheap? Nope. Good quality also. (You can also check the reviews)

Need guidance in installing?
1) Follow Anti-Static Precautions

Anti-Static Precautions:
Your body carries Static electricity. Static WILL fry out (Short Circuit) the delicate hardware components inside the computer.

Computer on a table, computer unplugged from power, computer case open.

[Note* Always unplug the power to a computer AT the surge protector. NOT at the back of the computer. (Power Supply)
You can cause a power surge ]

2) TOUCH an unpainted surface, of the metal frame of the open computer case.
This action will relieve your body of Static.

Should you leave your computer in the middle of working on it, be SURE to Touch the metal frame again, upon your return.

3) Finding an open PCI slot look at the back of the computer. In the metal frame you will see slots going horizontally.
These are Expansion Slots.

You may have an add-on adapter card already installed, in one of the PCI slots.
The expansion slot cover for it is removed.

You should see expansion slot covers however, in the remaining expansion slots on the back of the computer metal framework.
Remove the one that corresponds with the PCI slot you wish to use.

Be aware that the PCI slot will not be directly in line, with the expansion slot.
When installing an add-on adapter card, you will see when the card is inserted in the PCI slot, the metal bracket on the add-on card, lines up with an adjacent expansion slot.

This will make more sense to you once you go to install the card.

[PCI USB adapter card is an add-on adapter card ]

Line the card up in the PCI slot. Note that there is a Locating Lug in the PCI slot, and a matching Locating Notch, on the PCI USB adapter card.

Also, at the same time line up the metal bracket of the PCI USB adapter card, with the metal framework of the computer case at the back.

Gently push the PCI USB adapter card down into the PCI slot.
Fasten the card's metal bracket to the computer's metal framework.

Post the computer manufacturer name, and model number, if you need guidance in opening the computer case. Post in a Comment.

For additional questions please post in a Comment.
Regards,
joecoolvette

Jul 13, 2012 | FIC Computers & Internet

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I have just bought a new computer which has no facility for the parallel port plug-in so my 3D software will not work. MIne is a Designer 1 which takes floppy discs. I have bought an external...


Hi Christine,

If I'm following you correctly, your computer lacks a parallel or "printer" port. This port accepts the male printer plug and would look like this:

steve_con_56.jpg

Most computers have this jack or port, but progress may be pushing them the way of the 5-1/4" floppy disk I suppose - in favor of USB ports instead. If this is correct so far, you have the option of installing an "expansion card" in one of the unused slots inside your computer. Most newer PCs have one or more PCI slots available for expansion card(s). Examples of these cards are network cards, sound cards and you guess it - serial and printer cards. Many of these functions are built into the motherboard nowadays, so there's not too much need for expansion slots - and those supplied seldom are used up.

You can purchase and install a printer card for short money. They look like this:



steve_con_1.jpeg

Some of these cards may be bundled with a 9 pin serial or "aux" port or other function. Serial or AUX port card were popular with external modems and non-usb mice. Both of which have been dying off for some years now. Anyway, it's your choice whether to get just a printer port like the one above or one with additional connections on it as well. They can be purchased for under $10 (more if it has extra functionality). Here's a link to some offered for sale. You'll need to check the available slot type(s) you have in you computer - most are PCI and some offer the older ISA style. Look at the picture below to help identify the slots in your computer:

steve_con_57.jpg
In the picture above, the three long, black slots on the left edge of the board are ISA slots. The 4 shorter purple slots more towards the middle are PCI slots. The light brown slot to the right of the PCI slots is the graphics port. This slot or port as it is called, is neither ISA or PCI and is dedicated for a video card. This port is usually a PCI Express type slot, but some older PCs may have the slower AGP type slot instead. Prior to that was a very long slot - over twice as long as PCI called VESA Local Bus. These are almost never seen anymore. The earliest video slot was an ISA slot - like those on the left of your motherboard. You're going to be checking for an unused ISA or PCI slot in your computer after shutting it off and opening it up. If both are available, you should opt to buy PCI expansion cards instead of ISA expansion cards whenever you need to install a card - like the printer card shown earlier.

That's it. I hope this helps and good luck! Please rate my reply. Thanks.

May 05, 2011 | Husqvarna Designer I

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I installed succesfully but when i update xtenda that i shawn to error and xtenda is not completely updated and i shawn my xtenda actiovation license is expired . so that the main problem is guest pc...


My recommendation is to uninstall the vSpace software, reboot, run their cleanup utility, and reinstall the latest version. Before reinstalling, make SURE that you have applied XP SP3 and ALL of the current MS updates. Additionally, browse Device Manager and make sure there are NO missing or conflicting drivers. Lastly, if Intel Active Management Technology is installed, disable it. This will be listed in the ports section of Device Manager as either IAMT or SOL/COM3. Do NOT, I repeat, do NOT install from the provided CD. As of this posting date, the cleanup utility is available here: nc-eng.com/tools/ncuninstall. The most up to date vSapce for X300 on XP is at: ncomputing.com/download/x300.zip. If you hit this post later and the supplied URLs are not valid call NComputing TS at 888-365-1210. Lastly do NOT forget to register the vSpace software and related XD1 boxes. Pay CLOSE attention to my comments about the Intel Active Management Technology, I think that is your biggest suspect but I'd recommend you follow all the steps I listed.

Apr 26, 2011 | NComputing X300 3 User Expansion Kit...

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Trying to install pny 9800gt PCI-e card in my gateway 5432. i keep getting a black screen and a message that say i need to enable something in mhy bios. PLEASE HELP...


Well if you are going to use this card for your primary monitor, you will need to enable it in your bios. Here is what you do:

1. With the computer off install the card into the slot.
2. Close up the case and hook up all cables.
3. Hook up the video cable to the card (if nothing shows up during start up, unplug the computer and hook the video back up to the original port)
4. Follow the onscreen prompt to get into your Bios.
5. Seek out the option in the menu screens that indicates video settings (set by default to onboard video)
6. Select and change it to the appropriate setting (pci or pci e)
7. Hit F10 to save and exit

Mar 22, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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Can a Windows 95 have a usb port installed


Yes.
Load the required driver from Microsoft but it will not be USB 2 only USB 1.

Oct 16, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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I wanna the cd of x300 Xtenda multibox because I need the driver and cd for the installation


I would recommend NOT using the CD. Uninstall any current version of vSpace. Reboot. Makesure you have no missing or conflicting device drivers inside of devicemanager. Then run the NComputing cleanup utility located here:www.nc-eng.com/tools/ncuninstall.exe. Download current version for XP(v4.03.104.1) from here: www.ncomputing.com/download/x300. Unpack the.ZIP file and install. Reboot and register.Do NOT, I repeat, do NOTinstall from the provided CD and upgrade. Simply install straightfrom the download file I provided in the link. Lastly make SURE you REGISTER the CARD and the XD1 boxes.

Sep 29, 2010 | NComputing X300 3 User Expansion Kit...

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How do I install 5 Port USB 2.0 Desktop PC PCI


please re post with the manufacturers name of the card. or go to the maufactueres site and download the drivers for it there. foe example if it is a belkin go to:
www.belkin.com
then go to support and then downloads. they will have it.

Jun 25, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Pci card doesint work


What you want is a USB hub.  That will allow you to connect more than two USB devices to your computer.  There are two types, USB 2.0 and USB 1.1.  USB 1.1 will work for most slow speed devices, USB 2.0 is better for cameras and hard disks that have the support.  You should confirm which version of USB your computer has, but you should be OK getting a USB 4-port hub, plugging that into your computer, then plugging your keyboard and mouse into the hub and using the other port for the new peripheral that you wish to install.  Old PCI cards are problematic because you need the correct drivers.  You also need to make sure you plug them into the proper PCI port.  It sounds like the device you got from e-bay might be bad, so you shouldn't continue to use it.  If you post the make / model of your computer we might be able to suggest a new PCI card that will work if you still want to add more ports to your computer.

Apr 21, 2009 | VIA Vectro VT6212 (A62124) Serial Adapter

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Monitor screen stays blank


HP desktop computer? Change the monitor cable. The cable from the monitor to the computer, may be bad.
Happens.

If this doesn't solve it then I suggest the GPU is bad. Graphics Processing Unit. If you have Integrated Graphics, (Also referred to as 'On-Board'), then I suggest buying an average, inexpensive graphics card, and installing it.
You'll have to see what expansion slot, your computer uses for graphics. It may be a PCI slot, or an AGP slot, or a PCI Express x16 slot.

Clear as mud on that last one? Let me give you some links, that might help clear up what an Expansion slot is, and the three types of expansion slots used for a graphics card.
1.Expansion slot:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Expansion_slot
2.PCI (local bus):http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PCI_(bus)
3.AGP:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AGP
4.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PCI_Express
5.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Asus_a8n_VMCSM02.jpg
The link above (No.5) shows a photo of an average motherboard. At the top right you will see two White slots. Those are PCI expansion slots.
Below the PCI slots is a PCI Express x16 slot. It is Black in color.

Apr 10, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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