You don't have the hardware, when you do, xp will install the driver automatically. You can get a PCMCIA card with usb 2.0 and plug it in the slot in the side, around $15 should do it and it is over 20 times faster than 1.1
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USB 3 has the fastest data transfer speed through a computer with USB 3 port. If your computer does not support USB 3 then it cannot transfer data at USB 3 speeds. If you install a hard drive into an USB 3 hard drive adapter case and the data transfer speed would depend how fast a hard drive you install in this USB 3 adapter case. A SATA hard drive is faster than an IDE/PATA hard drive. Make sure you get the correct USB hard drive adapter case with the SATA or IDE/PATA connector that matches the hard drive.
THERE WILL BE A DATA TRANSFER RATE PROBLEM IN YOUR LAPTOP ONE OF THE USB PORT.TRY IT ON ANOTHER PORT .IF THAT DIDNT WORK I SUGGEST THE BEST THING TO DO IS TO CONSULT WITH A CERTIFIED TECHNICIAN IN YOUR AREA.IT MIGHT BE A HARDWaRE PROBLEM.IF U FIND THIS SOLUTION USEFUL PLZ RATE IT.
The speed at which data is transferred via USB 2.0 all comes
down to what the read/write speed of the device you are sending the data to/from
USB 2.0 sends data at 480mbps but you will need a storage
device that can read/write at 480mbps to get that speed.
If your device can only read/write at lets say 200mbps than
that’s the transfer speed that will be used.
The read/write speed of memory sticks and external hard
drives very a lot and this is what will be causing your speed differences.
This is nothing to be concerned about it the message is just informing you that you are plugging a USB 2.0 device into a USB 1.0 port, which means that it will still work but will run at a slower rate than it would if you had a USB 2.0 port
The USB port in your computer is not the new high-speed USB 2.0 version, and when you plug a USB 2.0 device in you will get that message. Most USB devices will still work but not give best performance. Just close the message window.
The network cable unplugged message can be disabled through the network settings. Normally Windows is set to display that message when there is no network cable connected. You can just ignore the message.
On some laptops that are older (an IBM R40 is a bit older) there are no high speed usb ports but if you plug in a usb device that is USB 2.0 into a usb port that is not high speed, the operating system (Sounds like Windows XP) will display that message even though you don't have a high speed usb controller. The USB device will still work but at a slower speed. You can ignore this message without a problem