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How to Install and Use NComputing XD2 Access Device Driver


NComputing XD2 access device driver is a software that enables you to connect multiple XD2 thin clients to a host computer using the X550 PCI card. The XD2 thin clients are low-cost devices that allow you to share the computing power and resources of a single PC with up to 11 users. This way, you can save money, energy and space while providing a high-quality desktop experience for each user.


In this article, we will show you how to install and use NComputing XD2 access device driver on your host computer and XD2 thin clients. We will also provide some tips and troubleshooting steps in case you encounter any issues.


What You Need


Before you start, make sure you have the following items:


A host computer that meets the minimum requirements for desktop virtualization. According to NComputing's website[^1^], your host computer should have at least a 3.0 GHz or equivalent dual or quad processor, 6GB RAM for a 64-bit system, and a free PCI slot.


An NComputing X550 PCI card that connects to the host computer's PCI slot. The X550 card has five RJ-45 ports that can support up to five XD2 thin clients.


One or more NComputing XD2 access devices that connect to the X550 card via Ethernet cables. Each XD2 device has two USB ports for a keyboard and mouse, a VGA port for a monitor, and an audio jack for speakers or headphones.


A monitor, keyboard, mouse, speakers or headphones for each XD2 device.


An NComputing vSpace software CD that contains the XD2 access device driver and other software components. You can also download the latest version of vSpace from NComputing's website[^1^] after creating an account and logging in.


How to Install NComputing XD2 Access Device Driver


Follow these steps to install NComputing XD2 access device driver on your host computer:


Turn off your host computer and unplug it from the power source.


Open the case of your host computer and locate an available PCI slot.


Insert the X550 card into the PCI slot and secure it with a screw.


Close the case of your host computer and plug it back into the power source.


Turn on your host computer and wait for it to boot up.


Insert the vSpace CD into your CD-ROM drive or download the vSpace software from NComputing's website[^1^].


Run the vSpace installer and follow the on-screen instructions. You will need to accept the license agreement, choose a destination folder, and select the components you want to install. Make sure you select the XD2 access device driver component.


When the installation is complete, restart your host computer.


How to Use NComputing XD2 Access Device Driver


Follow these steps to use NComputing XD2 access device driver on your host computer and XD2 thin clients:


Connect one end of an Ethernet cable to one of the RJ-45 ports on the X550 card and the other end to an XD2 device.


Repeat step 1 for each XD2 device you want to connect. You can connect up to five XD2 devices per X550 card.


Connect a monitor, keyboard, mouse, speakers or headphones to each XD2 device.


Turn on your host computer and wait for it to boot up.


Turn on each XD2 device and wait for it to boot up. You should see a login screen on each monitor.


Login with your username and password on each XD2 device. You can create new user accounts or use existing ones on your host computer. Each user will have their own desktop session and applications on their monitor.


You can now use your XD2 devices as if they were independent PCs. You can run applications, browse the web, play games, watch videos, listen to music, etc. The performance of each XD2 device will depend on the resources available on your host computer. 061ffe29dd






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