Originally posted by: thunderbird1g
I will be getting a ASUS K7VT to replace my old Slot-A motherboard that just got fried by a faulty power supply. (Can't let my Slot-A 1gig processor and memory go to waste )
Do you think it will it support a USB 2.0 pci card? My old K7M board only recognized the USB 2.0 pci card as a "Real time clock" device and I never got it to work regardless of trying to get it to install the proper drivers. I'm using WinXP Pro and I think I have the latest USB drivers installed. Are Slot-A boards just too old to support USB 2.0 pci cards?
Hmm.. I am not really sure with the Slot A type systems. I have a Pentium III 600mhz Slot 1 that runs a USB 2.0 card fine.
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