I downloaded the driver and installed it. Win2k is a funny beast tho when you pull out things from device manager. Gone into safe mode and tried that route. I’ve uninstalled it and reinstalled it. So now all the yellow exclamation marks are out of my Device Manager. I’ve been on the phone with the tech and he walked me through a dozen different variables and it still won’t go.
|Date Added:||24 March 2011|
|File Size:||33.41 Mb|
|Operating Systems:||Windows NT/2000/XP/2003/2003/7/8/10 MacOS 10/X|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
You must log in or register to reply here.
,s6321 Justintime I did install the drivers off the MSI mobo cd and windows said it wasn’t a signed driver, blah But why can’t I get this new printer to work?
There should be something there, it is usually covered in the mobo manual. You could also check the msi website for updated usb drivers. If applicable, Install the most current VIA 4-in-1 driver.
Debian HCL – MSI / KT4 Ultra MS(v1.X) ATX
The 4 Nodes consist of 2 wireless and 2 wired systems. I’ve downloaded the newest Epson drivers for XP and no luck. A quick read thru leads me to believe that your problem is not the hardware usb to host bridge, but that the pc2pc genie software is the problem. This link has the latest drivers for that, it may or may not fix your machine: D no worries, shawski, these peeps’ll get u thru it.
Oh and Darcy would love it if you can provide a diagram of the LAN: I thought it had something to do with the USB host to host thing but apparently not.
It requires some type of mw6321 to function properly in windows. I downloaded and loaded the 4in1 drivers and rebooted, but that didn’t solve the problem. Usually the usb host to host bridge is part of the usb component of the mobo.
Sometimes the printer shows and sometimes it doesn’t. I’ve done web searches and visited the MSI website looking for clues I get the darn thing home and it’s a no go.
What is a “USB Host to Host Bridge”?
I will try to look into this on the MSI site and get back to ya! At this point, sounds like you have little to lose by trying this driver. Xp finds the printer, installs the drivers but when I try to print a test page I always get an error message telling me to make sure the printer is plugged and turned on.
I’ve downloaded the newest drivers for the Epson Stylus C42 but that doesn’t work either. This my first post here, so if I’m in the wrong Forum I also downloaded an updated BIOS, but am afraid to install. The wireless systems use a WUSB11 2. I downloaded the driver and installed it. Win2k is a funny beast tho when you pull out things from device manager.
What’s new New posts Latest activity. Usually this is not part of the 4 in 1 drivers, but is in the usb section or in the chipset driver that comes with many motherboards.
They switched it to a 10 foot and it worked. I’ve been on the phone with the tech and he walked me through a dozen different variables and it still won’t go. Thread starter eagl Start date Sep 28,