SOYO USB 2.0 add-in PCI card Free Driver Download
USB Drivers, USB
USB 2.0 add-in PCI card
Supported Operating Systems
Windows 98SE, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista
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Version 2.42L from VIA, maker of the 6202 chipset Unzip, then cut/paste the path to your desired OpSys version when Windows asks for the driver. THIS ONE WORKS. The version 2.54 Soyo offers (supposedly also from VIA) DOES NOT WORK. I added this card to a Tyan with only USB 1.1 on-board (using Intel). This gives me USB 2.0 and runs a Soyo BAYone AVI 6.1 memory card drive. DO NOT DISABLE ONBOARD USB!!! Just don't plug anything into it.
Bill Hemmings (DG Member) on 12/4/2003
VIAUSB2V242L.zip (2.1 MB)
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