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Standard Enhanced PCI to USB Host Controller error

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#1 Ross3127


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Posted 04 November 2008 - 01:05 PM

So I just ventured into computer building when my old dells motherboard got fried, I kept my hard drive from the dell because there was nothing wrong with it and I was on a very tight budget. I went with a Intel D945GCNL motherboard. An Intel Core2 Duo E4300 1.8 (will up date in time) Crucial 1 gb 240 pin 667 DDR2 ram (will get a second in time) I had a fairly new Sony DRU-842A cd/dvd burner. Went a little overboard on the psu I am told but the price was unbeatable I though in a OCZ GameXstream 700w. Did not buy a video card yet like I said money is tight and I am not a huge gamer, but the motherboard has a built on Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 950.

Now onto my problem, I started up windows xp pro it recognized the new drivers as needing to be installed I canceled out of all that inserted the cd that Intel gave me went to install the drivers and it came up with a Standard Enhanced PCI to USB Host Controller Error that said access denied. I hit finish on that pop up and it fails the install of the drivers. I rebooted tried again same thing. So I go to add new hard ware and get some of the drivers installed, but when I try to do the audio driver the same error comes up. So now I am stuck. any ideas would be helpful thanks in advance

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#2 garmanma


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Posted 04 November 2008 - 04:38 PM

I started up windows xp pro

Are you saying that you kept the Dell hard drive, already loaded with XP and installed it, on your new computer?
You might want to read through this:
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#3 Ross3127

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Posted 05 November 2008 - 02:00 AM

yes that is what I am saying, It was out of force seeing as I could do nothing more that chnage my bios on my old computer 7 of the compassitors had blown. I plan on getting a new hard drive and in doing so upgrade to vista around christmas time. But thanks for the read I did not know that, and it all applies to what I had.

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