My computer is compaq destop dual-core computer with windows vista. and its usb port are 2.0 of course. but when i plug in a usb device to the hub, there is always a notice pop up, saying the device can perform faster if connected to a usb2.0 port. why? i do not believe this logitech hub is a usb1.0 product, right? shouldn't usb1.0 disappeared 10 years ago?
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I just had the same problem and was able to figure our a permanent fix.Judging by the date of you post, I'm guessing you've already remedied this problem one way or another. But just in case you haven't or someone else is having the same problem, I'll go ahead and post what to do. First, make sure you leave the USB hub plugged in right now so that Device Manager lists what it thinks is the Bluetooth device. Go into Control Manager > Hardware & Sound > Device Manager. Right click on Bluetooth device that is showing up in error. From the dropdown box, select Properties. Click the Driver Tab. Click Uninstall. Check "Delete the driver software for this device." Click OK. Unplug your USB hub for a few seconds, then plug it back in. Windows should now recognize it as a "Generic USB hub." You should be good to go. Just remember not to install that update again or try to update the driver for the Generic USB hub. If you do, you'll end up with the same problem. I hope this helps someone out there.
Most newer computers have one or more USB ports. Older computers have USB 1.0 or 1.1, while newer PCs have the faster USB 2.0. To find out which type you have?
Right-click "MyComputer" (or, in Vista click Start and right-click on "Computer"), select "Properties" (or from Control Panel go to "System") then select the "Hardware" tab. Locate and expand the Universal Serial Bus section.
If it shows an "Enhanced" USB Host Controller, then you have USB 2.0 capability. If not, then you have the slower USB 1.0 or 1.1 You maybe able to upgrade to USB 2.0 by upgrading the BIOS, check the BIOS upgrade info for your model computer on the COMPAQ WEB site.
I would connect the printer to the main computer, network the 2 computers and enable printer sharing. The only draw back to this is that the main computer will have to be on in order for the other to print. Vista makes this easy to do.
Your hub ma have been a older version of USB and the new computer has the USB ver2. in this case the hub is not talking to the computer. the computer USB is not backward compatible and will to detect the hub. you will need a new hub.