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USB and 1394 Interfaces
Read the article that everyone's commenting on.
This is just an added information regarding the said issue. I have a 2 usb flash memory when I will insert the flash memory it will prompt me "this device can perform faster" but when I connect also the other (flash memory) on the same port it will not prompt "this device can perform faster" Maybe one of the cause of this issue is the usb flash memory that you are inserting.
i do not have usb 2.0 can i update it with software and thats it
when i plug usb device into my pc always appear update driver wizard why?
I wish people wouldn't write articles when they are clueless. I have a machine that DOES NOT have an add-in card and yet has USB 1.1 and USB 2 ports and yes it does state enhanced. So you are wrong and it really annoys me when people make assumptions without checking their facts and then pass on inaccurate information to someone else who relies upon it as being correct.
as per your instructions i check and it says enhanced pci to usb host controller, yet each time i connect a usb device to any port it says." this usb device can perform better..."
I have a Dell Latitude D620 laptop with both USB 1.1 and 2.0. The USB 2.0 is used internally for the bluetooth and the card reader, as well as two of the four external ports. The other 2 are 1.1. So I'd imagine the rarity of having mixes is less than the article indicates. Recommend you update your article as it would seem the standard has shifted. Still, thanks for initiating the discussion, I would not have been able to figure out my system as fast as I did without the article and comments.
I did everything you described. Nothing has changed. The computer is virus free, and all drivers are up to date.
So why are my USB 2.0 devices still running so slow?
I had to do a reformat, and since then, nothing has worked quite right except for very fast boot-up time.
I have driver detective, downloaded the drivers I need, but still this is a bummer.
I'm running windows xp service pack 2 home edition by the way. If you can help me out with my peripheral hard drives and such, that would be great.
I have same problam of data transferring speed i have standard enhanced pci to usb host controller. the data transferring rate is too slow any suggestion please
I have a computer with the AMD 1700+ motherboard.
OS is Windows XP S.P2.
My 2 USB drivers at the rear of the computer are too slow to read contents of a pendrive etc.
Please help me.
A little off topic but I was wondering if there is a difference between the front and rear usb ports?
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