Windows98 USB duron800 problem

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fmitch

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I recently upgraded my system from an AMD K6 400 processor to a AMD duron 800 processor.

Before the upgrade, my palm pilot worked fine conected via USB.

Now, it doesn't.

My driver is a VIA VT83C572/VT82C58C PCI to USB

I have uninstalled/reinstalled the handspring software to no avail.

Is there a conflict I am missing?

Please help.
 

fmitch

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My system is running Win98, not win98se.

also...

If I try a hotlink from my visor my system locks up with the message:

Fatal exception 0E has occurred at 0028:FF0263D6 in VXD usbhub(05) + 00000A26

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fmitch

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How can I find out the type of chipset I have?

I did not do the upgrade.

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I had all the info on my old motherboard... manuals etc

but when I had it upgraded, the shop gave me no documentation.

Does the chipset/motherboard/info come up on startup or is it listed in the bios. If so I will reboot and check.

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After you install Belarc, click the "your profile" option and look for what it says under Board Identification. Copy the numbers there carefully, they may help find it.
 
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Well that's a board id all right. But for some reason I can't pin it to a specific vendor in order to get the needed details. I don't want to guess, but I don't think it one of those covered by the patch.

Maybe someone else will have a lightining bolt here.
 
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