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Your system should have built-in USB ports which have their own host controller (See Device Manager in Control Panel). You can also fit a PCI USB2 card which gives you more USB ports and the host controller is on the card. many people fit these cards if the built-in ports on the mobo are only the old USB1.1 and they want to upgrade to the much faster USB2.
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I am Confused?? - [Statement] or [Answer]

This post seems to be misplaced?? - or is an Orphan

It appears to be an answer to another POST from [cjones72] ?? but has no Thread Origin . . .

EDIT: - Or is the question hiding under [TOPIC] as description?

Just Curious - Jack123

Edited by Jack123, 13 September 2005 - 04:56 PM.

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The original poster didn't include any text, just a topic header.
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