Im using MSI k7n2v motherboard. My problem is with the USB ports of my motherboard. When I use Bluetooth it does not work properly. But when i use the same Blutooth in my friends system it works properly. But rest of the device work normally with the USB, only problem is with Bluetooth. Is there any driver updates for the motherboard? Please help.
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Buy a usb adapter that you plug into the usb port from Tiger Direct. it
comes with software, drivers and instructions. The adapter only costs
$12.99 You can also buy a bluetooth headseat that goes around your ear
if you don't have one. When the site comes up just type: USB Bluetooth
Adapter or USB Bluetooth Headset in the white search box at the top of
the web page then click GO. When the results are returned sort them by
Price Low to High.
You need the motherboard specs, which you can look up on the internet, based on the maker.
With the USB ports, the front ones often don't include power.
So plug a powered 4 port hub into the front port, and then the hub will supply the power after that.
did u install driver of the motherboard properly, if not download the driver of ur motherboard if stil not working my only advice is u buy a pci or agp usb card its look like a video card something like that then try input the new hardware or connect to the mother board what if ur card asign.
VIA needs to stop making USB chipsets... lol... Are you sure you have USB legacy support enabled? Moreover, the default Windows XP drivers are not error free when used with a VIA Rev 5 USB Host Controller because it's actually a VIA Enhanced Host Controller. Every time I have USB problems with the VIA Enhanced Host Controller I go to there website, download the driver, and it usually fixes the problem.
Moreover, I have plugged in a Microsoft Wireless Optical Mouse and Windows XP could not detect it until I installed Microsoft Intellipoint; if you can believe that. Try also installing the mouse drivers as well...