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I have a usb 2.0 pci card and have just purchased a peak powered 4 port usb 2.0 high speed hub. i keep getting a message saying my device will work faster if i switch to 2.0.
the pc engineer who sold me the hub has told me it is working properly. how can i check this?
he also said that i might be getting this message erroneously if i don't connect everything in the right order. but apart from telling me to check that it is plugged in he didn't give any details of how to connect properly - just that i need to do it all in the right order.
can you help please? i don't want to pay for something that isn't doing the job. thank you.
Get a USB Storage device - if you can copy a file of about 100mb in under 10-20 seconds, then chances are it's USB2. USB2.0 is 480mbps where as 1.1 is 12mpbs (or something tiny in comparison)......
Posted on Oct 13, 2008
This error doesn't mean that there is anything wrong with the device. If a device says it is USB 2.0, it usually is. This means that the USB port you plugged it into or your computer altogether doesn't support USB 2.0.
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