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Usb 2.0 error

I have connected seagate free agent 500gb hard disc to my laptop hp dv2119tx through the usb port.
both the devices are usb 2 compatible, yet i dnt get the desired speed of 480mbps while data transfer or nething.
same problem is with sandisk 2gb pen drive also.
the error is usually, " the device is connected to a low speed port. connect to higher speed port, for better results"
pls help me to use the full potential of usb 2.0

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Did you connect directly to your laptop or you connected via external USB Hub?? Your notebook model should support USB 2.0 ...so it should not face the problem you post..unless you're not connecting it directly.
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