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Getting On-Board USB2.0 to Work on A7V333 (Rev 1.0a)

Steve Remington
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      4th Jan 2004
I know that I am not alone with getting the onboard USB 2.0 ports to work
but I am determined to get it right as part of my annual rebuild.

I am about to do a full rebuild on my PC (reason being I am adding RAID 0
array for video editing).

I would like to tap the collective wisdom of the group to deterimne the
correct the process I need to go through to get the on board USB 2.0 ports
to work and correctly recognise USB 2.0 devices. Also is there a particular
combination of driver and BIOS versions that are more likely to work?

FYI my machine specs are:

- AMD Athlon XP 2100+ on ASUS A7V333 (Rev 1.0a) MoBo
- 1.5GB RAM (DDR PC2700)
- ASUS V8460 Deluxe (nVidia GeForce4 Ti4600) Video Card
- Maxtor 80GB 7200RPM 2MB cache (Primary HDD)
- 2 x Maxtor 80GB 7200RPM 8MB cache (RAID 0 Array) ---> to be added as part
of rebuild
- Creative Audigy PCI Sound Card
- Windows XP Pro

Thanks in advance to all who reply.

Steve Remington
Hawthorn, Victoria, Australia
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