I didn’t need the Win disc to change these settings and her printer now works perfectly and I’m so happy!!!!! Unfortunately the sound in games like Wolf3d worked but the FM synth sounded unbearably bad in my opinion. I hunted around and eventually found the solution, it has to do with Windows not recognising the USB’s from the device manager – although it could be a BIOS setting change, if anyone else can’t get into the BIOS like me, it might be worth checking this first There wasn’t a yellow exclamation mark next to it otherwise that would have been dealt with quickly and easily. Adaptec had once one available, called USBXchange. BIOS setup on a floppy was certainly required for some of the earliest Deskpro systems in the 80’s, but I suspect it was long gone by the Pentium II era. I tried all combinations, all the F keys they are named appropriately LOL!
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[SOLVED] Compaq Deskpro with Win2000 USB not recognised – SOLUTION!!!!
This could take up to 3 minutes, depending on your computer and connection speed. And speaking of the motherboard. HP is compiling your results. The only option it gives is F8 to enter setup, been there and nothing for BIOS, as one might suspect!
can a compaq desk pro boot from a usb port?
Next to that is a printer parallel port, a Ethernet port and then another serial port. No, create an account now. It only has 5.
Thank you dezkpro your patience.
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Track this discussion and email me when there are updates. There is no material that is knowingly illegal here. Its a really nice clear sounding card for Windows gaming.
Then you do deskppro have to restart, to change your Deskpro Bios settings. BIOS setup on a floppy was certainly required for some of the earliest Deskpro systems in the 80’s, but I suspect it was long gone by the Pentium II era. Idk if slot 1 machines use them.
Please try again shortly. This is quite dependant on installed software. Are you sure it is SCSI? Most of them were PIIs with that exact desktop chassis. I wouldn’t want to risk installing anything on a hard drive of that age. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Since Intel locked the multiplicators, there’s no need to select the proper multiplicator.
Eventually newer systems dropped those in favor of all-SATA style power connectors. Unfortunately not all models were manufactured with the chip and mine apparently was a bit more of a budget model and lacks the TNT2 chipset.
It also kept cutting out in Simcity If you’re asking for technical deskppro, please be sure to include all your system info, including operating system, model number, and any other specifics related to the problem. Now she has a Compaq computer – home PC – and I’ve been to a few other forums where other’s seem to have the same problem.