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[title] Connect to your Duet via USB
[* black] If you are using a Windows computer, [|download the USB drivers for Duet here] and extract the files to a suitable location.
-[* black] Connect the Duet to your PC with the USB cable provided. No other power connection is required at this stage.
+[* black] Connect the Duet to your PC with the USB cable provided. Do not connect other power supplies at this stage.
[* black] To install drivers, open Device Manager by pressing ***Windows Key + R*** and type ***devmgmt.msc***, or launch from the Start menu by typing "Device Manager".
[* black] Look for any devices with a yellow triangle which would indicate that the driver is not installed. If no devices have this indicator, then the driver was successfully installed.
[* black] If a USB device does show the yellow triangle, right click on the device. Click Install Driver and browse to the location of the driver that was downloaded at the beginning of this step. Continue setup by clicking "Next" until the device driver has been installed.
[* icon_note] Mac OSX users can just connect the Duet board to their Mac with the provided USB and proceed to the next step.
+[* icon_note] Note there have been [[Hardware Overview#Section_Version_History|several hardware revisions]] of the Duet 2 controller. this guide applies to all Duet 2 Wifi and Ethernet.

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