In Reply to: Re: VIA VT82C693A chipset - USB problems!!! posted by Ricardo Miguel on 12/03/02 at 6:33 PM:
Typical oddball VIA behavior. It's best to cut your losses and install a 3rd-party USB PCI card. Take this opportunity to upgrade to USB 2.0. USB Wholesale offers a very good and inexpensive unit here in the US. The ad is on many USBMan pages. Otherwise, here are some choices:
: I have already done that, but the error continues...
: The exact error is the following:
: When I try to print something, from word, for example, it starts printing, and right after the document has been spooled, it stops and gives a error message saying that document failed to print. What can it be?
: : That was a mistake.
: : Reinstall the VIA 4 in 1 drivers.
: : Jeff Roberts
: : USBMan
: : : Hi!Sorry, forgot to mention my USB Host controller... its Standard Universal PCI to USB Host Controller... I have already VIA Rev5 Host Controller but I heard they are not quite good and, therefore, uninstalled them... : Hi!: I have a AV61 Shuttle/Spacewalker mainboard with a VIA VT82C693A chipset. I have done all the BIOS settings shown on this site and have also made the device manager cleanup in safe mode of Windows Professional Service Pack 1, but I am unable to put my USB ports to work!: I have a HP Deskjet 959c printer and a OfficeJet psc 2210 all-in-one and each one of them are not recognized by my PC! He is unable to communicate with this machines. For example, when I try to print, I receive a message of "failed to print to....".: Anyone has any suggestions or has passed by this problem with these chipset/mainboard and would like to share its experiences with me?: Thanks in advance.: Ricardo