> On Fri, 27 Jul 2007, Chris Maness wrote: > >> I moved a hard drive from a system that had working usb to an abit VP6 >> PIII >> board, and FreeBSD is complaining that it can't find the USB host >> controller. >> Any suggestions? >> >> Chris Maness > > 1. Check that the BIOS a) has USB support turned on, b) has PnP support > properly setup (ASUS for instance has a non-PnP capable USB setting where > the BIOS arbitrates USB usage and resource configuration, but since > FreeBSD is PnP capable I turn that option off). > 2. Make sure that you have correct USB support compiled into your kernel > (just compile in ehci, ohci, and uhci in case). > 3. Try a 7-CURRENT snapshot disk and see if USB support works or not. > > More information would be helpful as well if those suggestions don't > work (what version of FreeBSD are you running, exact motherboard > specs, etc). > Thanks, > -Garrett > > I am such a retard. I took your advice and scanned through the BIOS, and I saw where USB needed to enabled. That is wierd that USB is turned off by default. I had to reset the CMOS after changing a battery.
Thanks, Chris Maness _______________________________________________ firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"