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I installed this card and still have no USB 2.0. I think I need a driver. XP did find the card and installed it. It works, just not high speed.

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Speed depends not only on USB adapter but also on the device you plug in. In general, if you can copy to thumbdrive at 5Mbytes/sec than it's USB 2.0

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Here you can read about the "high speed usb" :
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And here is the manual and avalible drivers for your Dell:
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Do you think any of these are at work here? If you can reposition either the router or the computer, it may help.

Wireless is cool, but the best possible speeds will always come from a wired connection. I have my desktop computer wired, but my laptop wireless. When I go wireless, my speeds drop.

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If you go into my Computer/system/device manager. And remove the installed USB devices. shutdown the computer, and reboot it. then try putting your USB device in.
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