Just received this reply from Trust after not being able to install the card on 98SE.
The card must be placed in a PCI slot which supports 5 Volts. The PCI Bus version must be 2.2 compliance. Check your settings in the BIOS. If the PCI Bus is only 2.0 compliance, this card is not working properly.
How do I find out if it supports 5 volts, cannot find anything in the bios that relates to 2.2 compliance, where will I find this?
Been thinking about what you said, I bought my 98SE system in 2000 so I presume the PCI slots are 5 volts and remain so? Question is how do I find out the true voltage?
Another thing puzzles me, in Device manager there is an entry in the USB Controllers list for VIA PCI to USB Enhanced Host Controller, which I believe refers to USB 2, clicking on it says this device is working properly, however when I plug in a Flash Drive to one of the USB 2 ports on the card, device manager shows a Yellow Question mark, but an entry appears for the Philips Flash Drive in the controllers list and it says the device is working properly, I try to install the driver for 98SE but get the message " Windows cannot find ytb612_efgsip.exe This programme is needed for opening files of the EX type", there is a box for typing in the location of the file but I don't have it.
The BX chipset (I had an Elite P6BXT=A+ for seven years with this chipset - it was the first to offer both Slot1 and Socket 370 use) is one of the finest and most stable Intel has produced in its history.
In fact it still proved better than some of the followup chipsets from Intel, Via etc for some time after it went out of production.