Let’s not go there Gone into safe mode and tried that route. You must log in or register to reply here. Win2k is a funny beast tho when you pull out things from device manager. Shawski,please describe your whole setup. Forums New posts Search forums. Since the host bridge is on the mobo, I owuld check the cd that came with your mobo for drivers.
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The wireless systems use a WUSB11 2. Do you have any ideas?
I also downloaded an updated BIOS, but am afraid to install. I’ve gone into Device Manager and it’s located under the heading: You could also check the msi website for updated usb drivers.
What is a “USB Host to Host Bridge”?
The 4 Nodes consist of 2 wireless and 2 wired systems. I downloaded and loaded the 4in1 drivers and rebooted, but that didn’t solve the problem. I haven’t got the problem PC updated yet due to the internet connection problem I’m having with that machine. Win2k is not very friendly about dynamic configuration changes. Altho reading the section on the pc to pc networking thru usb, it appears that they do load a driver for it, in a package they called Genie link pc to pc software setup in the last volume of the manual.
Hello Justintime I did install the drivers off the MSI mobo cd and windows said it wasn’t a signed driver, blah Win2k is a funny beast tho when you pull out things from device manager.
It requires some type of driver to function hosg in windows. I thought it had something to do with the USB host to host thing but apparently not. At this point, sounds like you have little to lose by trying this driver.
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I get the darn thing home and it’s a no go. But why can’t I get this new printer hoet work? On the Advanced Tab I get an error Message: That device is now operating properly according to Windows Thread starter eagl Start date Sep 28, I’ve been on sub phone with the tech and he walked me through a dozen different variables and it still won’t go. Shawski,please describe your whole setup. I downloaded the driver and installed it.
Gone into safe mode and tried that route. This my first hot here, so if I’m in the wrong Forum I’ve done web searches and visited the MSI website looking for clues I know I can’t get connections to the internet or to or from this box on my network.
It is small, under a meg so you can get it to the machine on diskette.
They switched it to a 10 foot and it worked. Since the host bridge is on the mobo, I owuld check the cd that came with your mobo for drivers. There should be something there, it is usually covered in the mobo manual. It is of course.
I’ve downloaded the newest drivers for the Epson Stylus C42 but that doesn’t work either. D no worries, shawski, these peeps’ll get u thru it. Seems this is an older board as I had to find the manuals in the archives.