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USB 2.0 Host Controller on Windows 2000 Server (Emachine 5260)

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An Emachine 5260 Desktop PC. P4 2.93 Ghz. 250 GB Harddrive. 512Ram. Came Pre-installed with Windows XP Home SP2, from PC World. I re-formatted the hard disk and installed Windows 2000 Server with SP4 and rollout 1 updates, as the operating system. All works fine, apart from the USB Ports, which are USB 2.0,ports. I wand to attach and external hard disk drive as a Backup device, but these are usually USB 2.0 devices. and i can't locate a fix to restore the existing USB 2.0 ports to work as USB 2.0 ports, under Windows 2000 Server SP4 + Rollout 1,updates. Please Help??? (",)

Oh, I am a Qualified M.C.S.A on Windows 2000 etc
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Raycrean, Windows 2000 service pack includes drivers for USB 2.0.
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/819332


How do you know its not operating like 2.0?

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