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USB connection from HD3 to PC

Discussion in 'Headphones, Earphones & Portable Music' started by dreamweaver, Aug 29, 2005.

  1. dreamweaver

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    Hi

    I'm using an old PIII PC which doesn't have native USB 2 support . So I bought a PCI USB 2 card , the onboard controller chip is ALi . I could connect eeverything at USB2 speed but not HD3 , it always shows "Not recognized device" .

    If someone here also uses PCI USB2 card and successfully connected , could you please check your controller chip name . I saw on the market where I live they have 3 types : ALi chip , Via VT 6212L , and NEC 0720100AGM .

    Also it is strange that both PCI USB 1.0 and PCI USB 2.0 use VIA VT 6212L , the only difference is that USB 1 has 2 ports , USB 2 has 4 ports . Why do they do that ?

    Thanks for any info , I need to buy the new PCI USB urgently , :rolleyes: it's too slow to trasnfer with USB1 port on my mainboard.
     
  2. dreamweaver

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    please ...
     
  3. mrflabby

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    My computer is also a PIII and I got a Conceptronic (never again!!!) PCI card with 4 usb 2.0 ports. It's running under the same driver and I see the same promblems you see. I posted a message on a Microsoft official Windows XP forum and the answer was unanymous. The card is crap! I was recommended an Adaptec instead.

    I know how frustrating it gets. :suicide:
     
  4. dreamweaver

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    :( this is weird . I ask a man at Sony and he has no idea why too .
     

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