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    Well, I believe I have things functioning properly now with one exception. When I plug the adapter into the USB ports on my M10K, I get a message that says something to the effect of, "You have plugged a high speed USB device into a low speed USB port". Do I not have the USB ports set correctly on my M10K? I beleive I have all the current drivers from VIA.
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    do you have SP1 for XP and the latest updates? there is one update (thats not a critical update, methinks) that resolves this issue
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    There were some difficulties early on with XP and usb 2.0. The M10K has 2.0, and you havn't gotten it working yet. Do as wizard says and do all the updates. SP1 is supposed to be THE fix for all usb 2.0 issues.
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