USB 2.0, Hi Speed USB FAQ
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Solaris Ready USB FAQ
The current DDK is DDK 2.0. This DDK contains sample code and sample applications that run on Solaris 10 only. To get the latest USB development in Solaris, please install Solaris Express builds. (Refer to question 4 under General section above). The Writing Device Drivers guide for developers is available at: http://docs.sun.com/app/docs/doc/816-4854?q=USB+driver and contains detailed information on how to write a USB device driver for the USBA 2.0 framework.
SURFboard® General Frequently Asked Questions
No. Since Macintosh® computers generally ship with built-in Ethernet interfaces, no USB driver is available.
Chapter 3. Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
The exact error message looks like Could not find USB device (vendor 0x0000, product 0x0000). Make sure this device is connected to the computer You have to set up the permissions on your USB device correctly. See Section 4.3, "Setting up permissions for USB ports".
ActiveWindows -- Frequently Asked Questions - Windows 98 and...
You can access new drivers, system updates, and technical support for Windows 98 through Windows Update, an online extension of Windows 98 for registered users. You should also check your Graphic card and soundcard makers website for the latest available drivers. When you visit Windows Update, Update Wizard scans your computer, tells you which (if any) of the latest offerings you don't have, and asks whether you want to add them. Yes.
Chapter 3. Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
The exact message looks like *** Error ('Could not claim the USB device') *** Could not claim interface 0 (Operation not permitted). Make sure no other program or kernel module (e.g. dc2xx or stv680) is using the device and you have read/write access to the device. You have to make sure that no such kernel module is loaded and that you have set up the permissions on your USB device correctly, such that you have (non-root) write access to the camera device.
Flicks Software's FAQ
I am trying to use an SQL database which uses trusted (or mixed) security. The Test button works but it doesn't let me in. however I am getting 31, ODBC error with statement, error number is: 3704 The operation requested by the application is not allowed if the object is closed. I've moved on from the Standard and Custom ODBC Select statement and I am in the process of setting up with the "Advanced" ODBC string. Tell me more about this.
Linux Gamers' FAQ
Next, try disabling AGP in your BIOS, or setting it to a slower speed. If you have a VIA chipset, 4x is very unlikely to work. For those running KDE, try disabling Anti-Aliased fonts. Or try commenting out the loading of the freetype support in your XF86Config. You could try going back to an older version of the drivers. Counter-intuitive, but some people have more success with older ones. Check your /etc/X11/XF86Config(-4). There is one included with the nVidia driver distribution.
UT Physics Linux FAQ
Before inserting your USB memory stick, please log in to the machine directly (not via SSH from another system). Logging in at the console will ensure that the USB memory device is mounted with you as the owner. It is safest to insert the device into one of the USB ports on the front of the computer (rather than those on the back or on the keyboard).
UT Physics Linux FAQ
It might seem that the USB device is fairly slow, especially when writing to the device. This is for two reasons: Firstly, USB devices are substantially slower than hard drives or other high-speed media; furthermore, larger-capacity flash memory devices are often slower for write access than low-capacity devices. Secondly, we mount the device in "synchronous" mode, which makes writes seem slower than the more common "asynchronous" mode.
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CH Products, USB controllers do not have specific drivers available for download. All of our USB controllers utilize the Microsoft HID drivers that have been built into every version of Microsoft Windows since Windows 98. To install any of our USB controllers, simply turn on your PC and plug in the individual controllers one at a time. GAME PORT Gameport Device Drivers are located online at http://www.chproducts.com/retail/tech_chanlg.html
VIA Arena - FAQ Section
USB 2.0 technology and drivers are subject to licensing by Microsoft (and other companies). This licensing means that they can only be distributed with new USB Universal System Bus is a "plug-and-play" interface that consolidates the present serial port configuration on the back of the PC into a single port from which up to 127 peripheral devices can be daisy chain connected. With USB, a new device can be added to a computer without having to add an adapter card or even turn the computer off.
Banxia Software - Impact Explorer
You can download the driver files in this file: USBResponsePadDriver.zip. Simply unzip the archive to a directory, and then use the "Have Disk" option of the Windows operating system installer, then specify the location you put them in. It will find the installer files, and will install the driver.
HOS Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) - Federal Motor Carrier...
Carrier and drivers are required to comply with the latest revisions of the HOS rule on October 1, 2005, the effective date of the rule. Carriers and drivers will not be allowed to operate under the HOS rule prior to its effective date.
If the game uses DirectX or Quicktime, try using the latest version first. If that fails, use the version included with the game. If you have bought the game (even as a used game) you are entitled technical support from the game distributor (or publisher/developer). Does the game have an official home site on the net? If so, check it's FAQ or tech info page. See links below. Post a question to AGC. Don't forget to include any error message and some details about your system.
FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions | CDex
It does work, but likely there is still something wrong with the registry settings (installation is not the strongest point of Adaptec). You might try the fix which is available on the following site: Winamp reports the location of the first MPEG header in the MPEG stream data. If you have enabled the ID3V2 tags, it will place the ID3V2 header before the MPEG stream, the the first MPEG header will be shifted with the size of the ID3V2 header.
Micro Geni - Frequently asked questions
We use WinFiles because you can find vendor specific drivers for any product within a few clicks. Choose the product type (in this case video adapters cards) and then the manufacturer (for example ATi, Creative, NVidia) and the web site will link straight to the driver download section on that manufacturer's web site.
PowerShot User: Template!
Canon Switzerland has the PowerShot drivers for the PS600 on it's web site. These are version 1.21 and in English, French and German. However the version 1.21 driver only supports Win95/3.1, if you need to use NT4, the only way to access the images is with a CF card reader or PCMCIA card reader, and use the drivers for the PSA5 version 2.2.
For ATI video boards and tuners, go here. Make sure you select Media Center as your operating system.