1. This will check for your vbox user id which you'll need for the next steps. This will display a line that looks a bit like this: vboxusers:x:123:myself 123 is the user id of your machine you're looking for
     grep vbox /etc/group 
  2. This will edit your FSTAB File
     sudo gedit /etc/fstab
  3. Add the following line to the bottom of the fstab file: Replace userid with the number displayed from step 1.
     none /proc/bus/usb usbfs devgid=userid,devmode=664 0 0 
    • Example: none /proc/bus/usb usbfs devig=123,devmod=664 0 0

  4. Reboot Ubuntu 9.10
  5. Once logged into Ubuntu 9.10 start VirtualBox (Don't power on a guest OS yet)

  6. Click Settings from the VirtualBox main page for the Windows XP Guest OS

  7. Click the System tab on the left side of screen
    1. Enable IO APIC is needs to be selected
  8. Click the USB tab on the left side of screen
    1. Enable USB Controller and Enable USB 2.0 (EHCI) Controller need to be selected
    2. Your USB device should be recognized and ticked in the lower screen. If not, press the 'add' button (to the far right, 2nd one with the green cross) and add it.
  9. Power on your Guest OS and USB Should work

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