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turned out to be power related.. After feeding the card extra power
with a power cable that taps off your usb port, it behaved more
appropriately. Maybe updated drivers would still do better.. make it
work even when I don't tap off the usb port for power
Andrew E. wrote:
> Try opening device mgr.,scroll down to usb,controllers,R.click one at
> select,update drivers,do for each.You might go thru all board
> do this for all.
> "email@example.com" wrote:
> > My card looks an awful lot like this one,
> > http://homepage.mac.com/elipman/.cv/elipman/Public/extr...
> > accept it's the USB 2.0 only model. Same label design (i.e.
> > but mine doesn't have firewire.
> > Even plugging in a logitech mouse, model m-ba47, will manage to
> > Sure seems like the built in drivers that windows loaded for this
> > device are failing to support even as simple device as a mouse.
> > http://homepage.mac.com/elipman/.cv/elipman/Public/mous...
> > http://homepage.mac.com/elipman/.cv/elipman/Public/pcmc...
> > - here's a shot of what my installed drivers for the pcmcia card
> > like.
> > I'm running this on a sony scp-sr17k. Anybody have some drivers
> > tips/tricks/workarounds for this card that will get things working
> > smoothly?
> > Thanks,
> > Ethan