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USB 2.0 ports behave as USB 1.0 also DVD player behaves same

USB ports are behaving as if they are USB 1.0.
DVD player plays DVD's as if the data rate is slow like the difference
between USB 1.0 & USB 2.0

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Re: USB 2.0 ports behave as USB 1.0 also DVD player...

I would uninstall the USB drivers and the DVD drivers from device manager the reboot and allow Windows to reinstall them: I would also make sure DMA is enabled until your secondary IDE channel.

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