A friend of mine recently purchased a Startech 5 port PCI USB 2.0 Card and I am installing it for her. This card has an NEC chipset. The card detects just fine, but gives an error code 10 in the device manager with a yellow exclamation point.
I have tried different PCI slots; I have tried completely uninstalling all of the drivers and attempting a reinstall with the drivers off of the disk that came with the card without luck; I have tried installing various NEC / Startech drivers I could find on the internet; I tried changing the permissions on this key - HKLM\Hardware\System\Curre
I - as described here (http://www.hauppauge.com/html/Win2k_driver_data_invalid1.doc
This system is running Windows XP SP2, and has an Intel FW82471EB(SL37M) motherboard. From what I know of USB 2.0, Windows XP should already have drivers to support it, and NEC is a fairly "name" chipset. I am just about to tell her to take it back and get a different model, but if anyone could offer any other suggestions, that would be appreciated.