Read full review Verified purchase: Otherwise I wouldn’t recommend it to the average daily user looking for an easy add-on card upgrade. Finally after a few reviews, I found that a workaround has been discovered. I am wondering if his unit was bad or if he forgot to plug in the power cable. Then I went to the Orico website to look for a driver for this model.
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Orico PVUO2U Compatible with Rift CV1? : oculus
Also, if he read the instructions that came with it, he would find this link http: Don’t forget to hook up the IDE power cable to it Pretty good card, quality made for the low price.
Want to add to the discussion? I tried to search for a list of compatible USB 3.
The site wasn’t in any English so I had to use google translate. I am wondering if his unit was bad or if he forgot to plug in the power cable.
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Orico PVUO2U 7-Ports USB PCI-Express Card [PVUO2U] – CPLOnline
I will put it in this weekend then try to remember to oroco it on this thread. I would get that Inateck Fresco-based one off Amazon, but it’s out of stock and I can’t see it for sale anywhere in Australia pcu3-5o2u eBay. Submit a new text post. Save on Port Expansion Cards Trending price is based on prices over last 90 days.
Did not need any drivers it just plugged in and worked on my Windows 10 Desktop. Here is my contribution. Welcome to Reddit, the front page of the internet.
ORICO Pvu3-5o2u Monster USB 3.0 7 Port PCI Express Card With Vl800 and Vl812
Thinking about buying one? I got an error message saying that the driver was corrupted. This is a great USB3. Be civil or your post may be removed. Otherwise I wouldn’t recommend it to the average daily user looking for an easy add-on card upgrade.
Finally I did some research and read a few others had the same problems of the PC not detecting a valid driver for the add-on card. Then I went to the Orico website to look for a driver for this model.
Finally after a few reviews, I found that a workaround has been discovered. Submit a new link.
I would of been a lot happier if I didn’t have to find the drivers myself. Looks like it should work: