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VIA USB 2.0 Host Controller
Driver Installation Guide
(Version 1.0)
02/04/02
Contents
1.0 System Requirement ………………………………….P.3
2.0 Driver Limitations ……………………………………..P.3
3.0 DriverInstallation (Windows XP) ……………………….P.4
4.0 Driver Installation (Windows 2000)…………………….P.10
5.0 Driver Installation (Windows ME)……………………P.13
6.0 Driver Installation (Windows 98/98SE)………………P.17

1.0 SystemRequirement
This setup program will install the driver for VIA USB 2.0 Host Controller. Before you start to run the setup program, please make sure your computer is an IBM PC-compatible system.This driver can be used either the following operating systems:
• Windows98
• Windows98 Second Edition.
• Windows Millennium.
• Windows 2000.
• Windows XP.

2.0 Driver LimitationsCurrent limitations of the driver are: Composite devices and Hi-Speed Isochronous Transfers are currently not supported.

Please visit VIA web site (http://www.via.com.tw) to get the latest driver.3.0 Driver Installation (Windows XP)
1. Please make sure this PCI card has been installed on your system correctly.
Open the “Device Manager” and check if there is a “Universal Serial Bus (USB)Controller” in “Other devices”.
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2. Insert the supplied “Windows 98/ME/Win2K/WinXP USB 2.0 Driver Installation diskette” into the floppy disk drive and execute the setup program by double clickingon the “setup.exe” file in this diskette.

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3. Press “Next”.

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4. Select “Install USB 2.0 Driver” and press “Next”.

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5. Press “Continue Anyway”.

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6. Press“Next”.

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7. Press “Continue Anyway”.

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8. Copy drivers for USB 2.0 Root Hub Device.

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9. Press “Finish”.

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10. Press “Finish”.

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11. Open “Device Manager” and checkif your device works.
Note! If there is a yellow exclamation mark on “VIA USB 2.0 Enhanced Host Controller” or “USB 2.0 Root Hub Device”, please remove this item from the “Device Manager” by...
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