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    msi neo4 platinum/usb drivers from nvidia


    just built [my friend did]
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    with msi nvidia chipset board


    did i miss installing nvidia usb 2
    or am i supposed to be using xp drivers


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    Generally USB 2 drivers are in Windows XP Service Pack 1.

    Usually once the drivers on the motherboard CD have been loaded, and SP1 and 2 are loaded you can go into DEVICE MANAGER and there might be an EXCLAMATION mark by the side of the USB hub in question.

    Simply opening that device and chosing to REINSTALL DRIVER and letting your computer do it's own search will result in the computer suddently realising what the it's got installed and remembering it has some drivers for it.

    If should complete the driver installation without need for any disks and suddenly the EXCLAMATION mark will be gone and you'll have a USB 2.0 Enhanced Hub or something similar.

    Don't ask me why it does this like this, as my wife would say, "It just does."
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    The nVidia USB drivers are for use with Win98.

    Personally, I always switch USB off in the BIOS when doing a fresh install, and only switch it on once the OS is in.
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