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No device recognition!

I installed the USB-UF6 into my Dell 4400 pc, 1.89 mhz, with windows xp home. Winows identified the controller card and the ports, but when I plug in a USB device (thumb drive etc.), there is no recognition in any of the external ports. Windows shows the USB driver to be (5.1.2600.2180) and the fire wire port driver as (5.1.2535.0) Also, the windows version is 2002 with service pack 2. Please respond with a solution. Thanks, Bill

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  • Anonymous Jan 11, 2008

    I installed the Sabrent USB-UF6 and the device manager recognizes the card with the error code 10 will not start. system is an acer pc running windows xp.



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Install the manufacturer's drivers not microsoft.

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