VIA USB 2.0 Host Controller Driver Package ============================================================== ** Important Notice -- The USB 2.0 drivers contained herein in this CD-ROM are solely for use with and in conjunction with VIA chipset products. Any unauthorized use other than this purpose, including, without limitation, further redistribution may infringe third parties' intellectual property rights and should not be allowed. 1) Driver Name: VIA USB 2.0 Host Controller Driver Package 2) Description: There are two drivers inside this package. 1. VIA USB 2.0 Host Controller Driver for Windows Me and Windows 98/SE 2. USB filter drivers for Windows 2000 and Windows XP. 3) Release Date: 2003/01/10 4) Revision Number: 1. VIA USB 2.0 Setup Program: 2.54 (Lite) 2. VIA Driver for Windows Me and Windows 98/SE: 4.90.3000.6 5) Supported VIA USB 2.0 Host Controllers: 1. VT6202 (4-Port USB 2.0 Host Controller, Discrete PCI Adapter) 2. *VT8235* (6-Port USB 2.0 Host Controller, Integrated South Bridge) 6) Directory Layout: \WinXP_SP1: An INF file of VIA EHCI USB controller for Windows XP SP1. \Filter_nt: Filter drivers for Windows 2000 and Windows XP. \Win98&Me: VIA USB 2.0 Host Controller Driver and Filter Drivers for Windows Me and Windows 98/SE are put inside. 7) Driver installation: 1) Windows Me/98/SE Setup will install VIA USB 2.0 Host Controller Driver. ************************* ** Driver Installation ** ************************* Click the SETUP.EXE program and select "Install" button then it will install the "VIA USB 2.0 Host Controller Driver" automatically on your Windows Me/98 system. It will copy the driver to the system folder and set the related registry tree. *************************** ** Driver Uninstallation ** *************************** You could remove the "VIA USB 2.0 Host Controller Driver" by selecting the "Uninstall" button. It will completely remove the driver from the sytsem. 8) Known Issues/Limitations: a) VIA USB 2.0 Host Controller Driver - Limitation: 1. Only USB wakeup from S3 (by mouse or keyboard) is supported. Of course, your system BIOS should support/enable this function First. Issues: 2. If some specific USB devices are plugged in, you may NOT Hibernate or Shutdown the system. 3. If you connect a USB 2.0 hub to the root hub and continue to plug some USB devices into this hub. The system would be hung with some specific USB devices or these USB devices might not be recognized. 9) History: Version 2.54 (2003/01/10): Fix APLUS USB 2.0 WebCam (Bulk) can't work in WinMe/98. Fix some Bulk devices with Cypress/In-System drivers can't work in WinMe/98. Fix setup program doesn't reboot in Windows XP SP1. Version 2.53 (Lite) (2002/12/06): Fix some USB CD-ROM can not be safed removed under Windows 98SE. Version 2.52 (Lite) (2002/11/14): Fix some USB CD-ROM can not be safed removed under Windows 2000. Note. For Windows 2000, if not all of the 1.1 USB host controllers are enabled then V2.51 will fail. This issue had been fixed in V2.52. Version 2.51 (Lite) (2002/10/31): Add USB filter drivers for Windows 2000 and Windows XP. Fix some USB DVD-ROM/CD-RW devices can not "safe remove". Fix some USB 1.1 devices can not be recognized. Update VIA USB 2.0 Host Controller Driver to Fix S3 suspend/resume issue in Windows 98. Fix Microsoft Internet Keyboard Pro with USB 2.0 Hub issue. (Version 4.90.3000.3) Version 2.42 (2002/07/04): Modify VIA USB driver INF file to pass Signability Test in Windows 98 and Windows Me. Version 2.41 (2002/06/25): Update Microsoft USB 2.0 Host Controller Driver for Windows 2000. (Version 5.0.2195.5652) Version 2.41 Beta 1 (2002/06/20): Update VIA USB 2.0 Host Controller Driver to support BOTH VT6202 and *VT8235*. (Version 4.90.3000.2) Version 2.40 (2002/06/19): Update VIA USB 2.0 Host Controller Driver to support BOTH VT6202 and *VT8235*. (Version 4.90.3000.1) Version 2.24 (2002/04/19): Update Microsoft USB 2.0 Host Controller Driver for Windows XP. (Version 5.1.2600.41) Version 2.23 (2002/04/18): Initial Public Release.Download Driver Pack
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