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I am getting usb 1 speed on a usb 2 device

I aqm getting usb 1 speed on a usb 2 device

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What device? Is your motherboard usb 2 capable? Need more info.

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Recently, when I insert a USB flash drive into my laptop's USB port, I get the message: This USB device can perform faster if you connect it to a HI-SPEED USB 2.0 port.


Your laptop has USB1 port and the USB 2 message will appear if you plug an USB 2 device into this USB port.
You maybe able to upgrade the USB port to USB 2 if there is a BIOS upgrade available from the laptop manufacturer's WEB site.
If not you maybe able to get an USB 2 PCMCIA card to install into the PCMCAI slot on your laptop.

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Every tme i plug in my archos usb in computer i keep getting message saying i can speed up my connection using faster usb port but how


You receive this message when you plug a USB 2 capable device into a USB 1 port. You could buy a USB 2 expansion card for your computer.

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I keep getting the statement: "Hi-speed USB Device attached to Non-Hi-Speed Hub


This is purely because you have a USB 2 device on a USB 1 port. Open the device manager and expnad the list for Universal Serial Bus Controllers. Right click on any one of the host controllers and select Properties. Select the tab called Advanced and place a tick in "Don't tell me about USB errors".

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Note that USB ports (in your computer) and USB devices can either be "USB 1" or "USB 2" speeds.

While "USB 2" to "USB 2" connections are up to 480 Mbits/second,
any "USB 1" to "USB 2", or "USB 1" to "USB 1", connections,
will max-out at only 11 Mbits/second.

So, check that you have a "USB 2" device.
then check that you are connecting to a "USB 2" port on your computer.

Give more details about your computer, and your USB device.

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I have the same issue. I have 4 Simpletech Signature 250GB drives. They all worked fine at first. After about six months two of them started connecting at USB 1 speeds. It occurs on 4 different computers!!! The post about it being the computer assumes is wrong. How can it work fine for six months and then suddenly change. Also it occurs on different computers. I have submitted a tech support request with simpletech and will post the results.

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The system comments that this is not a usb 2 device


first thing is that message just means that your device will work at a reduced speed
second is that a high speed port or enhanced usb port is required to work it at enhanced speeds
to check if your usb port is enhanced goto : control panel / system properties / hardware tab / device mannager / then scroll down to usb controllers and see if it says enhanced next to your usb port if it does then you will need to get the updated usb driver for the enhanced speed

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My usb port is not 2 - I keep getting a message that states that I need to get a hi speed usb device host controller. Where can I get this? I have an ibm thinkpad r40.


On some laptops that are older (an IBM R40 is a bit older) there are no high speed usb ports but if you plug in a usb device that is USB 2.0 into a usb port that is not high speed, the operating system (Sounds like Windows XP) will display that message even though you don't have a high speed usb controller. The USB device will still work but at a slower speed. You can ignore this message without a problem

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1. You can download the software from the samsung website

2. The usb message is nothing - it is just telling you that you have a USB 1.1 hub but you well get better transfer speeds using a USB 2 hub, or you can connect it to a usb port directly

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I like all the information you gave. However the information you are looking for is in the manufactures web site. goto search engine and enter your computers manufactures name followed by the word "support" find the site and then look up the details for your computer. The reason I say this is because each slot can only control a certain amount of memory. The manufacture will tell you what each slot can control and also the type of memory supported by your motherboard. THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT> never mix memory. Make sure of speed and capacity. If you mix diffrent speed and capacities the results could end in total failure.

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