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USB2 high speed not recognize

My machine has professional XP with service pack 2. I can see in the device manager the USB2 but when I plugin a USB2 device (HD or card reader) I recieved an error saying: "This device can perform faster if you connect it to a Hi-speed USB 2.0 port" I updated the Bios but no louck. Is there away to set it up for USB2?

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  • Yaron Soffer Sep 28, 2006

    Thianks for the reply,

    Using the Device Manager I can see one of the USBs as "USB 2.0 Enhanced Host Controller"

    Does this say I already have the driver for USB 2.0?
    Thanks

  • Yaron Soffer Oct 03, 2006

    Any USB2 device I plug in shows the same error.

  • Yaron Soffer Feb 28, 2007

    After a while I had some other odd cases (mouse did not work) so I gave the machine for technician.
    He found out that the motherboard was fault.
    We replaced the motherboard (to new one, the same model) and all is working now.
    Thanks to all.

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  • Anonymous Dec 23, 2007

    USB2 high speed not recognize

  • Anonymous Dec 24, 2007

    Using the Device Manager I can see one of the USBs as "USB 2.0 Enhanced Host Controller"...After a while I had some other odd cases (mouse did not work) so I gave the machine for technician. He found out that the motherboard was fault. We replaced the motherboard (to new one, the same model) and all is working now.

  • Anonymous Dec 24, 2007

    Using the Device Manager I can see one of the USBs as "USB 2.0 Enhanced Host Controller"...After a while I had some other odd cases (mouse did not work) so I gave the machine for technician. He found out that the motherboard was fault. We replaced the motherboard (to new one, the same model) and all is working now.

  • Anonymous May 19, 2008

    high speed usb 2

  • Walleh Sep 12, 2008

    I get the same error message - USB High Speed pluged in but no USB High Speed Port found on the computer.

  • chewible Oct 10, 2008

    Yes Hi.. I have P5LD2 -LGA, and I get the same message "will perform faster with usb2." In addition, my usb devices (camera, mp3 player) will not function depending on which USB port I connect it to. I have updated the current drivers and BIOS for the motherboard, which actually has really nice applications to adjust overclocking, monitor MB and chip temperature, ect. Anyways, did you find it that replacing was the only option?

  • nazarielec Nov 04, 2008

    ihave USB2 high speed not recognize problem

  • Anonymous Jan 03, 2009

    i need usb 2.0 for asus p5ld2series(xpsp3)
    icq 365791840

  • Anonymous Feb 19, 2009

    hi there i have a new motherboard and pc really when i add my modem dongle it says can run faster if i cinect to a highspeed port but the man in pc shop says my board came with high speed so why the warnings? plz help driving me mad

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In the bios dont enable full speed only high speed, or the other way round. had that problem lastnite where my mouse and usb's werent working so i changed the bios settings and walla everything was fine.

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It sounds like your Windows XP might be missing the USB2 drivers. Try going here http://www.windowsmarketplace.com/ and download the driver needed and see if that fixes your issue.

Posted on Sep 27, 2006

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    Interesting. From that it's showing that you do have the correct driver. So, any USB2 device you plug in will give you the same error?

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I was getting the same "This device can perform faster..." message as the original poster, even though the Biostar motherboard supported USB2.0. I checked the bios, and updated the drivers. No difference. The PC eventually (three months past the one year warranty expiration, of course) just wouldn't boot, so I took the processor box in to a tech and it was, as with the original poster, the motherboard. And, of course, the new motherboard didn't have an AGP slot for my graphics card, and I needed new memory chips. Yes, "Dogtags," we are getting old really quick these days. I've got a MagicJack phone hooked up also, and the sound is much cleaner and consistent than with the old board.

Posted on Sep 18, 2009

Please pay attention that Asus P5LD2 motherboard has USB2.0 (HI SPEED USB) disabled in BIOS by default! (advanced/USB configuration). I solved my problem with USB 2.0 recognition by just enabling it in BIOS.

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I had the exact same problem, my mouse just quit working! I've tried EVERYTHING! It's getting really hard to find this board to replace cause of all the new computer components. I don't want to lose the money i got pumped in this board, Maxed out the CPU 3.4g, memory DDR400 (4 gig). I cant use those in a new Motherboard, they change the chip set's too fast, and everything is now PCI-Express & DDR2! Maybe I'm just getting old really quick :(

Posted on Nov 12, 2007

After a while I had some other odd cases (mouse did not work) so I gave the machine for technician. He found out that the motherboard was fault. We replaced the motherboard (to new one, the same model) and all is working now. Thanks to all.

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I was reading your complaint and can relate... I am having the same issue as you. As well as another error message warning me that my USB ports are EXCEEDING THEIR POWER LIMIT-- "POWER SURGE ON USB PORT!!!" I've tried all kinds of things.. nothing works.. Finally I had to disable the device. I can enable it and can upload my pics off of my Digital Camera just fine.... But try and use it for my Wireless Modem?!?!? NOOOO WAY... The two error messages take turns going back and forth over and over. Frustrating....

Posted on Sep 29, 2006

This motherboard not support USB2

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Hi, I have a similar problem, I too run Windows XP sp2 and the message I get when plugging in an USB device is that a high speed USB device is plugged into a non hi speed USB port. When trying to reinstall the USB driver, I get a message saying that the latest drivers are already installed, it won't let me unistall either. I have the latest BIOS installed also. This message appears with ANY USB2 device attached. I also have a seperate card plugged into the motherboard for additional USB ports, the message appears when I plug into them as well. Any suggestions?

Posted on Sep 29, 2006

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SOURCE: usb 2.0

Hi,
this is a common error with operating systems and devices.
If you go into my Computer/system/device manager. And remove the installed USB devices. shutdown the computer, and reboot it. then try putting your USB device in.
What general happens, is that if you have had an older device in the USB port at any time, the port configures itself to this setting. options are to try another port on the computer ( some older ports only support usb1.1 )
ensure you have up to date drivers on the connecting device and on the connecting computer.
Hope this helps Mike @ Compurepair.

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