readme-xp.txt Driver File Contents (usb2-wxp.zip)
Driver Package File Name: usb2-wxp.zip
Windows XP USB2.0 Driver Installation Guide
1. This driver only works with Intel ICH4 chipset & Windows XP.
2. If you're using Windows XP SP1 (Service Pack 1) or later versions, you DO NOT need to
install this driver, because they already contain software support for USB 2.0.
The following sequence is required to enable the USB 2.0 function under Windows XP.
1. Install QFE fix for USB 2.0.
2. Install INF driver.
3. Install USB 2.0 Driver.
Do not restart the system until you have installed all of the above 3 programs at one time; otherwise, your USB keyboard/mouse will temporarily stop working before you install USB 2.0 driver.
If you do not follow the above sequence, you may need to do a new Windows XP installation to fix potential USB 2.0 problem in future.
If you have already installed QFE fix for USB 2.0 and INF Driver, please skip to Step 3.
1. Install QFE fix for USB 2.0:
-Check whether you need to install QFE fix for USB2 by double clicking X:\bin\asusqfe.exe
(X: is the drive you put the support CD) which is actual the auto run program of the
-The program will pop up a message box to ask your confirmation to do the installation.
-If no message box shows up, then you can skip to Step 2:install INF driver.
-After QFE fix for USB 2.0 is completely installed, the system will prompt for a reboot.
Check [Do not restart now], then click [Finish]. You should not restart the system at this time.
2. Install INF Driver:
-Follow the direction of the auto run program of the support CD or double click
X:\Drivers\Chipset\inf\setup.exe (X: is the drive you put the support CD). You should not restart the system at this time.
3. Install USB 2.0 Driver:
-Go to Windows [Start] [Control Panel], select [Switch to Classic View].
Then a [System] icon appears.
-Double click [System] icon, select [Hardware] [Device Manager],
choose "Universal Serial Bus controllers" from the device list, click [Reinstall Driver].
Check "Install from a list or specific location", then specify the file path where the
driver is, e.g. X:\Drivers\USB2\XP. Click [Next], then click [Finish].
4. Restart the system.
For details, you can check X:\Drivers\USB2\XP\readme.txt file. (X: is the drive you put the support CD).