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do i want the VIA 4 in 1 drivers?
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That would be the one...yes.
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ok..I have reached a screen that asks...

Install VIA AGP VxD in Standard mode

Install VIA AGP VxD in Turbo mode (which came up checked)

Uninstall VIA AGP VxD

Which of the installs would you like?
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Hmmmmm

I don't like any of those. Can you back up a screen? Are there other drivers available for install other than the 4 in 1?
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ummm...ok..l can only go back so far...not to the first screen where I selected the 4 in one.

One back from that which I posted says...

this setup program will install the following drivers. If you dont want to install them, you can uncheck the associated check box.

AGP VxD Driver

VIA INF Driver 1.02
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Before that is a VIA SErvice Pack 1 README
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Before that is a Welcome to the VIA Service Pack Setup Program...thats as far back as I can get...my option here is Next or Cancel

.oO(ok...wannabe1 isnt listed here anymore..I am gonna have a stroke!!)

Edited by Certifiably Blonde, 06 March 2006 - 05:21 PM.

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VIA INF Driver 1.02 <------Try that one.
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Welcome back and okie dokie!

Its rebooting now. The device manager looks same.

Edited by Certifiably Blonde, 06 March 2006 - 05:27 PM.

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With the ASUS cd in the drive...right click on the deivice in Device Manager and choose "Properties". Under the "General" tab, click the "Reinstall Driver" button. Have the Wizard search for the driver and let me know if it finds it.
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Searching for and updated driver for this device.

Results: VIA Tech 3038 PCI to USB Host Controller

The best driver Windows found is already installed for this device. Click back to install a different driver or click fish to continue using this driver.

Location of driver C:\WINDOWS\INF\USB.INF

Options: Back/Finish/Cancel

Edited by Certifiably Blonde, 06 March 2006 - 05:56 PM.

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Yeah-yeah-yeah... :tazz:

I know the best driver is installed...but it's corrupt! :) Go to Control Panel and open Add/Remove Programs. Are there any entries in there relating to the VIA USB Controller? If there are remove them. Then go to Device Manager and Remove the USB controller. Leaving the ASUS disk in the drive, reboot.
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he he he...stubborn, isnt it?

Absolutely none. Should I still reboot?
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he he he...stubborn, isnt it?

The tougher they are...the more ya learn. :tazz:

Plan B
Download and install This Driver from ASUS. It's a couple years newer than the one currently installed. Save the file to your desktop. If this is a self extracting zip, it should open by double-clicking on it. If it doesn't open, let me know.
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I am learning...sighs..anymore learning I will be changing to Hysterically Blonde...lol...

Would you like me to UNZIP ONLY...OR UNZIP AND INSTALL?
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