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No hi speed usb2

I have a pretty old AX45V mobo and usb 1.1 I want to be able ti utilise hi speed usb2. I have a number of devices including my daughters ipod which keeps giving me messages Hi speed device in non hi speed port. I don't want to have to upgrade my PC. It still performs all the functions that I need from it, however I want usb2 if possible. Is it only a matter of a usb2 PCI card (plug and play) or do I need more. If I only need a card, is there any one that is more suited to my mobo. I run XP home. Any help appreciated.

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  • Stan59 Feb 28, 2008

    Thanks heaps. All I've gotta do is get one and put her in. Was hoping it was going to be that simple.

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Hi there, Any PCI - USB2 card will be suitable for your motherboard.

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