I have done many tests now I don't remember all the sequence, but I have to add that I have desoldered the 3com lan chip because I have in mind to reball it (since it worked only if I pressed it on the board), in the while the a1g3se is working without, so this could be the usb problem now.Hypex wrote:It should work with USB1.x. Have you disabled USB2 EHCI driver?satiropan wrote:but, of course, I have other problems: no USB, whether built in or with NEC card,
anyway, the NEC usb card doesn't work anymore, even if it's recognized and I have disabled the uhci driver (of course it's working flawlessly on a PC).
the onboard usb worked 'fine' only with 4.0, 4.1 and maybe 4.1.1
now, with updated 4.1.6. if I enable onboard usb and disable echi driver, the boot stops at splash screen, but, as I said, it could be due to the missing 3com chip....