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OHCI Compliant IEE 1394 host controller driver .


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Billy Ray

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The computer is running XP Home. It will not run with usb keyboard or mouse. On startup, the Found New Hardware alert comes up and says "OHCI Compliant IEE 1394 host controller is not installed." How do I get this driver? I have tried an SP2 disk for Xp like it asks for but it just says it cannot find driver here. Tried Update Center to no avail. Where can I find this driver? Thanks
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happyrock

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Hi Billy Ray ... :) ..:)

look in your bios for plug and play...make sure its enabled...
also look for enhanced usb...make sure all the usb options are enabled...
no joy...
give us the make and model of your computer
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all the usb options were enabled. The computer is a Gateway 3250S. Thanks for your help.
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check your device manager for any yellow ! or ? marks ...
to check...Click on Start and then Run...Type in devmgmt.msc and then press Enter
if you see any yellow or red get a screenshot and post it for us...

for how to post screenshot...go here...

go here and get your chipset driver and install it

Edited by happyrock, 25 May 2010 - 07:21 AM.

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