Hmm, I guess I'm hoping for the best, my "inspiration" being the IBM's USB
basic readme statements:
2.6 List of Tested UHCI Adapters or Controllers
2.6.1. D-Link DU-A2 PCI USB controller
2.6.2. Intel 82371AB/EB PCI to USB Universal Host Controller
2.6.3. Intel 82801AA USB Universal Host Controller
2.6.4. Intel 82801CA/CAM USB Universal Host Controller
2.7 List of Tested OHCI Adapters
2.7.1. Entrega PCI4U 4Port USB Upgrade
2.7.2. Belkin USB BusPort F5U005
2.7.3. Sis 7001 PCI to USB Open Host Controller
2.8 List of Tested EHCI Adapters
2.8.1. Adaptec USB2Connect Adapter Card AUA-3100LP
2.8.2. USB 2.0 Hi-Speed PCI Card F5U220
2.8.3. Intel 845 based motherboard with built-in USB 2.0 chipset
Any PCI to USB Host Controller compatible with
USB 1.1 or USB 2.0 specification and using
UHCI, OHCI or EHCI interface.
So I'm thinking no specific mention of VIA chipsets there either, yet my
old, old, ancient VIA USB controller is working.
Hopefully someone responds with an answer to this...
Quote:> I wouldn't put much hope in the USB subsystem working. There really
> isn't any such thing as a "generic" implementation -- as you may recall,
> there was a lengthy period of time in which only Intel-based USB
> motherboard chipsets were supported by the IBM USB drivers -- VIA chips
> simply weren't supported. As this board is using an nVidia chipset, I'd
> say that the odds of USB working under OS/2 are against you.
> Brad BARCLAY
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