|Tell us the make and model of your brand name system, or if you have a generic desktop system, the make and model of the mboard. (see response 1 above). |
Have you installed Windows from scratch on your computer, then you got this message ?
If so, then the HASP device problem may be solved by you loading the proper drivers and software for your brand name model.
When did you first get this HASP device error message ? What did you do just before that ?
None of those entries indicate you have a HASP device.
Your mboard has one USB 2.0 controller.
All USB 2.0 controllers have USB 1.1 controller support too.
The USB 1.1 controller support is indicated by the four Intel(R) 82801EB USB Universal Host Controller entries
The USB 2.0 controller support is indicated by the Intel(R) 82801EB USB2 Enhanced Host Controller-24DD entry.
Four of the Root Hubs are for USB 1.1 support - usually two USB ports are available per USB 1.1 Root Hub.
One of the Root Hubs is for USB 2.0 support - it has a lot more than two USB ports available.
The USB 1.x (1.0 and 1.1) support is built into XP (Win 95 OSR2 or greater and Win 98 and above), and XP installs it automatically.
The USB 2.0 support is built into XP if it has SP1 or later updates installed in it, but XP doesn't actually install the USB 2.0 support until AFTER the main chipset drivers for the mboard have been installed - in your case, those main chipset drivers have been installed.
You can find out how many USB ports a Root Hub has by RIGHT clicking on it , choose Properties (or by double clicking on it), and clicking on the Power tab. If a device is plugged into one or more of the USB ports for it, the device(s) will be listed, and the current it(they) draw(s) will be stated beside it(them). Total ports for the Root Hub = ports available (if no ports are being used) , or (if some ports are being used) ports available plus one port for each device listed, or (if all ports are being used), one port for each device listed.
If the device is designed to work better with USB 2.0 support, it will be listed only in the Root Hub - Power listings for the USB 2.0 controller support.
If the device doesn't need USB 2.0 support, it will be listed in one of the 4 Root Hub - Power listings for USB 1.1 support.
The total number of USB 2.0 ports = the total number of USB 1.1 ports. They are the same ports, used for both USB 1.x and 2.0, the same number as the total number of physical USB ports built into the mboard plus the total number of USB ports available by connecting to USB headers on the mboard, whether you have something connected to those headers or not.