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I have an l4vxa2 motherboard, and the USB is supposed to be running 2.0, but is obviously running 1.1. I have an NAS/USB external, and transfers are PAINFULLY slow. Do you have a solution?

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Some motherboards have USB 1.0 and 2.0

Try connecting to another port first.

Also check that in your BIOS that there are not any usb settings that need to be changed.

If you are unsure about playing in the BIOS ask a friend to help who has more knowledge.



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