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Abit KT7A-Raid USB problems...

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mi1stormilst

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Joined
Jan 25, 2001
I can't get USB working...

Here is my set up:

WIN98SE (Latest VIA 4in1 and USB)
Antec Case (303PSU)
Abit KT7A-RAID (Original BIOS)
Elsa 32MB GTS (Original Driver)
Netgear 10/100 NIC (PCI 2)
Creative Ensoniq (PCI 5)
PS2 Mouse and Keyboard

I have tryed moving cards around, boosting I/O voltage with no results. Basically I am trying to get a MS D-PAD working to play THPS2. Also read sig for additional info. Any help is greatly apprieciated (-: Also if you help me fix this and your ever in Mesa, AZ and get a traffic ticket I will take care of it for you (-; I have resolved the problem temporaraly by hooking up an lamer Comp USA brand D-PAD that connects to the game port )-:
 

UnseenMenace

UnseenModerator
Joined
Apr 23, 2001
Have you got USB enabled in the BIOS (what is it set to Bios or OS?) and installed the drivers on the CD-ROM that came with the mobo ?

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Duron 800 @ 1050 with Global Win FOP-32 (140 x 7.5)
Abit KT7A-Raid Mobo
512 mb (133 mhz Crucial Stuff CAS 2)
Hard Drive Cooler
Elsa Eraser X Gforce with Blue Orb (modified to display as a Quadro and overclocked http://www.tweakhardware.com/guide/quadro/ )
Sound Blaster Live Value
Full Tower with 5 (120 mm) case fans with seperate PSU