Jason, thats great info, just learned something.
This is an interesting thread. Everything's comin up USB these days. I see a lot of the new machines have USB Ports on the front as well as the back. Recently built a Machine like that that had 2 in front and 4 in the back. So I guess a hub would be cool for an older machine. One of my 98 machines has two USB Ports and the other has none, but a PCI card would cover that. Never used USB on the one I could do that with because of a cheap Motherboard and a Bios issue.
Is there a way to tell, say through Device Manager or something, whether you have USB 1 or 2 supported?
I'm out of town visiting for Xmas right now and using my brother's Win2000 machine, but when I get back home its 98SE. Any way to find out? In either system? Both would be perfect.
Edited by Leurgy, 25 December 2004 - 01:48 AM.
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