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Usb 2.0 using windows xp spk 2

Question how do i get the high speed usb driver to activate.for instance i constantly get the high speed warning to install high speed or the device will operate at reduced speed it will operate but to get the full usage you need a high speed usb port.The usb drivers are provided with the windows xp pro w/spk 2 " what to do"??

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  • dek2008 Jan 14, 2008

    I belive the mb manufacturer is planar.Anyway the mb is for a dell optiplex gx240 w/p4 processor 1.80 ghz

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    Hiii

  • doublerr47 May 08, 2009

    i need a driver for my usb

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Your motherboard may not support 2.0. What MB do you have?

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    Determining the USB Ports for Windows® 2000/XP




    1. Left-click the Device Manager icon.






      Note:



      Windows XP users may need to click Start to access the My Computer icon.



    2. Right-click the My Computer icon and select Manage.



    3. Left-click the plus (+) sign next to Universal Serial Bus Controllers.


      • If Enhanced Host Controller and/or USB 2.0 Root Hub Device is listed, then the computer has USB 2.0 ports.
      • If Universal Host Controller and/or Open Host Controller is listed, then the computer has USB 1.1 ports.

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I want to install usb driver in my pc

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