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USB support

USB support

USB support

Anybody heard eta on whether NT/W2K is to support the USB ports?

RE: USB support

Yes, Windows NT will support a variety of Plug and Play devices including, USB, AGP, and DVD, as well as many others. The beta 3 already supports them, and Microsoft says it is a fully functional representation of the finished product.

RE: USB support

Beta 3 of what? I need USB support for NT4WS. How do I get that going?

RE: USB support

Well, your out of luck. NT4.0 in anyform does not support USB.

Jim Collin
Collin Technologies
Consumer Technology Integration

RE: USB support

Sorry when I posted I thought you were refering to Win2k. Warcorp is right Windows NT 4, does not support USB.

John D. Saucier
Registry Backup

RE: USB support

Thanks, thats what I thought. Company I'm doing a setup on bought a USB scanner for the NT workstation. They will have to dish the bucks for SCSI.

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