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I also have an external USB DVD drive. It now performs so slow that it cannot even play a video at normal speed, only in fits and starts. I did not have this problem before. I checked my device manager. It displays the following: There are no HI-SPEED USB host controllers installed on this
Your laptop has USB1 port and the USB 2 message will appear if you plug an USB 2 device into this USB port.
You maybe able to upgrade the USB port to USB 2 if there is a BIOS upgrade available from the laptop manufacturer's WEB site.
If not you maybe able to get an USB 2 PCMCIA card to install into the PCMCAI slot on your laptop.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: usb 2.0
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.
Posted on Feb 22, 2008
SOURCE: USB2 high speed not recognize
Try opening up the device manager and unistall everything in the Universal Serial Bus Controllers. Then reboot and let windows reinstall the USB controllers. Windows should now be able to recognize properly USB2 devices.
Posted on Apr 08, 2008
SOURCE: HI-SPEED USB DEVICE
Here is a link to your manual
On pg 31 of your manual what are the BIOS settings displaying?
On pg 33 you want to make sure the SIS USB is enabled and that the USB 2.0 supprt is enabled.
If you have the CD that was included with your motherboard, there is a 2.0 driver that needs to be installed as well.
Posted on Jul 17, 2008
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You can upgrade the USB on your computer by buying a interface card from a local computer store; they are also available for purchase online. They are relatively cheap and are easy to install; the "PCI card" just pops in to your mainboard and you are good to go. Windows Vista won't have much trouble detecting whatever brand of card you buy.
Posted on Nov 29, 2008
Thanks for asking FixYa for help. My name is Jeff and I will be assisting you today. That is not a problem. Different USB ports have different capabilities as do the various USB devices. You are merely being alerted to the fact that the device could work better in a faster port.
If you have the manual for the motherboard you should be able to identify which port is which. You could also accomplish the same thing by trying the various USB ports.
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Posted on Jan 19, 2011
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