USB support must be enabled in BIOS.

USB support must be enabled in BIOS.

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Posted by Kou Vang on February 04, 2000 at 10:35:32:

In Reply to: Help Me, Please!!! posted by Chuck Cooper on December 01, 1999 at 13:28:25:

Someone in the past had the same problem. The simple solution is to reboot your PC and enable USB support in BIOS. Windows will not recognize the USB ports until this is done. Your version of Windows should already have USB drivers installed since the PC came with the USB ports (assuming you didn't install a version of Windows older than Win95 w/USB support).

: I have just purchased a LogiTech QuickCam Express camera and am having difficulty installing the software. Keep getting a message that says I don't have an active USB port. There are two USB ports on my Compaq Presario. The camera will plug in, but I can't install the software to make it work. Any ideas? Feel free to email me!!!

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