For this product I was not able to find anything, it seems that this motherboard is too old and all the information is not available anymore, I never provided support for this motherboard and I'm not familiar with it, so at this point I suggest you to wait if somebody with a similar board can guide you on this.
All I could find was this PDF from a third party website:
This is not a general-purpose motherboard. It is a special "Bulk I/O Test" board that was designed to (amongst other things) demonstrate how to perform full speed, high speed, and SuperSpeed transfers to and from bulk and isochronous endpoints of a generic USB device. Microsoft provided a sample driver for testing with this board in their DDK Samples. See these resources for more information:
https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/hardware/hh406261(v=vs.85).aspx USB driver samples (Windows Drivers)
https://github.com/Microsoft/Windows-driver-samples/tree/master/usb/usbsamp USBsamp Generic USB Driver
Hope this helps,
Well, that's why I bought this 82930 board hopefully could use to do a bulk-mode write instead of other USB mass storage,usbstor.sys, device thumb drive. But I cannot even got its Pid/Vid ! The usbView.exe could not see its device descriptor. And so I cannot install the usbsamp.sys using 82930 as WDK 8.1 described. It looks like its eprom never got flash its firmware code and it's 1997 USB1.0 device.
Well, I hate to say it, but I am not surprised to see a board from 1997 failing to work. There are so many things that could go wrong over a 20 year period...
In this case, I suggest you to contact your channel representative; they will be able to assist you better with this product.
I'm sorry from my end I don't have any support or information to provide you related to this board.