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Robson
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Posted:7/6/2011 4:20:00 AM # 1
Hi there. I bought this card today, but my PC isn't recognising the card. No 'new hardware found' or anything new in Dev. Manager.

http://www.dynamode-drivers.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=78:usb-5pci-3pfw&catid=43:controllerpcicards&Itemid=62

I've tried in both PCI slots, but nothing appears. I'm wondering if I need to enable the PCI slots in the BIOS, and if so, how this is done?

Thanks.

I'm running Win7 pro, 64 bit, BIOS v1606 (the webpage above says Vista isn't supported by the drivers available on that page, but the box clearly says its PnP compatible up to Win7.

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Robson
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Posted:7/6/2011 4:59:00 AM # 2
Thanks Yavi. So there's no 'enable PCI' option in the BIOS then? Seems a drastic step to take to clear the BIOS settings. It's 'only' a PCI USB card.... I'd have thought that since this Motherboard has been given the rank of 'Deluxe', it'd be able to handle the addition of a new PCI card flawlessly!

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Robson
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Posted:7/6/2011 5:00:00 AM # 3

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Author: Yavi Posted: 7/6/2011 4:28:00 AM

Hi Robson,

I had the same problem when insering a Highpoint RAID card.
Having a "Deja Vu", I rubbed the contact points of the card with a green household
cleaning pad and problem was solved.
Maybe that will help !

EDIT: Since this is a major change of hardware configuration, it might be necessary
           to clear current BIOS settings an start with optimized defaults.
 

Thanks Yavi. So there's no 'enable PCI' option in the BIOS then? Seems a drastic step to take to clear the BIOS settings. It's 'only' a PCI USB card.... I'd have thought that since this Motherboard has been given the rank of 'Deluxe', it'd be able to handle the addition of a new PCI card flawlessly!

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Yavi
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Posted:7/6/2011 4:28:00 AM # 4
Hi Robson,

I had the same problem when insering a Highpoint RAID card.
Having a "Deja Vu", I rubbed the contact points of the card with a green household
cleaning pad and problem was solved.
Maybe that will help !

EDIT: Since this is a major change of hardware configuration, it might be necessary
           to clear current BIOS settings an start with optimized defaults.

 
EDIT2 (Correction): I meant clear current CMOS settings iso BIOS settings.
 

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Posted:7/6/2011 9:45:00 AM # 5
Hi Robson,

See EDIT2 (Correction) of my original Post.

Indeed, there is no "Enable PCI" option, since it is not needed at all.

Regrettably it is your misunderstanding, that simple addition of PCI Card has something to do with Rank or Quality.

It is just the case that old / current CMOS settings are not in compliance / sync with
BIOS and new created hardware configuration.

The procedure of clearing CMOS and restart with optimized defaults is necessary for ALL  P.C.'s and becomes a routine after a short time of familiarizing with MoBo.

Would like to hear if Card is recognized !
Success.

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Robson
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Posted:7/7/2011 9:12:00 AM # 6

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Author: Yavi Posted: 7/6/2011 9:45:00 AM

Hi Robson,

See EDIT2 (Correction) of my original Post.

Indeed, there is no "Enable PCI" option, since it is not needed at all.

Regrettably it is your misunderstanding, that simple addition of PCI Card has something to do with Rank or Quality.

It is just the case that old / current CMOS settings are not in compliance / sync with
BIOS and new created hardware configuration.

The procedure of clearing CMOS and restart with optimized defaults is necessary for ALL  P.C.'s and becomes a routine after a short time of familiarizing with MoBo.

Would like to hear if Card is recognized !
Success.

Hi Yavi, thanks for your clarification. As it turns out, I actually don't need the PCI USB card any more. I have resolved the problems I was having by removing USB devices that were overloading my PC. I did however get an email back from the USB support company, who said that a fully functioning card would be seen in dev. manager, and they are 99.9% sure they card I have is faulty, which means I can get my £12 back. Fancy a pint? ;-)

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Posted:7/7/2011 2:55:00 PM # 7
Hi Robson,

I am glad you resolved the problem, one way or the other....

StillI, I  am curious which USB devices you removed coz I have serious latency sound
problems myself and any indication of culprit might help.

I would fancy a pint of original Czech Pilsener Lager.
 
Cherio.

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