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Posted on 1998-10-22
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under my device manager I have a question mark next to where it says other devices. It says its my pci universal serial bus. I have tried to update but my computer cannot find any updates .  It gives me the option to browse or locate but I have know idea where to look.  I have HP pavilion 7420 model with a 200 chip.  Need to know how to update and get rid of the question mark
Thanks Robert V.
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Do you know what motherboard your machine uses?

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dont know what type my  mother board is.  would it say on the actual board if i opened it up?
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Download usbsupp.exe from here.
http://www.cdcsys.com/download.htm
It should solve your problem
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