-------------------- Hi Joop, The issue may be caused by that the driver integrated in the Windows XP If you do not have the driver, please check the manufacturer's web site. Thanks for using Microsoft News Group! Sincerely, Steven Liu Online Support Professional This posting is provided ?AS IS? with no warranties, and confers no
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| Subject: USB 2.0 PCMCIA problem
| Date: Mon, 23 Dec 2002 22:02:08 +0100
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| I installed a cardbus USB 2.0.
| Windows XP (SP1) detects automatically. I have drivers on a disk. But it's
| only working as USB 1.
| When I choose NEC PCI to USB enhanced, it's not working.
| Any help?
only can let the card work in the USB 1.1 standard. We need to install the
driver of the card to the Windows XP. This can let the card work in the USB
Commonly, we can find the driver from the manufacturer's web site.
The issue may be caused by that the driver integrated in the Windows XP
If you do not have the driver, please check the manufacturer's web site.
Thanks for using Microsoft News Group!
Online Support Professional
This posting is provided ?AS IS? with no warranties, and confers no
1. USB Harddisk on Belkin USB 2.0 PCMCIA Card
I will test a Belkin-USB 2 PCMCIA Card (with external
Power Adaptor) for a friend who has only USB 1.1 Slots on
Many devices like the USB Bus powered CanoScan LiDE 20
works fine at the Belkin.
My Notebook is a Gericom Supersonic Force 2,5 GHz.
I had Windows XP SP1 with no additional fixes.
I had only a problem with a Fujitsu MHS2040AT USB
When I attach the Drive to the Belkin (external powered!)
there is after the initial beep and the "New Hardware
found FUJITSU MHS2040AT USB Device" message an Hardware
installation error (The LED on the Harddisk lights red
most of the time).
When I attach the same USB Harddisk on an native USB 2.0
port on the same notebook the Disk works fine.
Who can help me.
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