Soyo K7ADA USB not working

Discussion in 'Soyo' started by motor man, Apr 3, 2006.

  1. motor man

    motor man Guest

    I run winXP with all SP1 and 2 installed. I can use the MOBO USB ports
    with
    USB connectors built onto MOBO fine but cannot get any of the 4 that
    are on MOBO to
    work. Does anyone have a way to get these to become active., they just
    do not appear anywhere . I have checked the wiring and it is per the
    manual. Ideas please? please cc my email so I do not miss anything.
    Thanks ron
    motor man, Apr 3, 2006
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  2. motor man

    R Hallman Guest

    Make sure you have the onboard USB controller Enabled in the BIOS


    "motor man" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    >I run winXP with all SP1 and 2 installed. I can use the MOBO USB ports
    > with
    > USB connectors built onto MOBO fine but cannot get any of the 4 that
    > are on MOBO to
    > work. Does anyone have a way to get these to become active., they just
    > do not appear anywhere . I have checked the wiring and it is per the
    > manual. Ideas please? please cc my email so I do not miss anything.
    > Thanks ron
    >
    R Hallman, Apr 4, 2006
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  3. motor man

    R Hallman Guest

    Enable onboard USB controller in the BIOS

    "motor man" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    >I run winXP with all SP1 and 2 installed. I can use the MOBO USB ports
    > with
    > USB connectors built onto MOBO fine but cannot get any of the 4 that
    > are on MOBO to
    > work. Does anyone have a way to get these to become active., they just
    > do not appear anywhere . I have checked the wiring and it is per the
    > manual. Ideas please? please cc my email so I do not miss anything.
    > Thanks ron
    >
    R Hallman, Apr 4, 2006
    #3
  4. motor man

    motor man Guest

    Where is the "enable onboard USB " I have checked the BIOS and cannot
    find it!?
    motor man, Apr 5, 2006
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