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"A HI SPEED USB device plugged into a non HI SPEED USB hub" error message, any idea? every time i plug a usb in to my computer it comes up that this device can perfom faster on a hi-speed usb port

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  • Anonymous May 06, 2008

    I too am facing the same problem mentioned above. In addition, some files looks missing, with low speed usb port while it is visible in hi-speed USB port.

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Hello BILLBOBAGGIN,

Depending on the hardware, your computer and devices may support three different USB data rates:

Low Speed - 1.5 Mbit/s
Full Speed - 12 Mbit/s
Hi-Speed - 480 Mbit/s

It sounds like the USB hub you are using is either a Low or Full Speed hub. The Hi-Speed devices you are plugging in will still work, but the transfer rate of the data will be slower then what the device supports. The error message is just to inform you that you could be getting higher data transfer speeds if your USB hub supported it.

For faster performance I would recommend upgrading to a Hi-Speed USB hub,

Best Regards,
Ken
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Posted on May 05, 2008

This is not an error it just means that you are plugging in a usb 2.0 device into a usb 1.0 port. The devise will still function normally just not as fast. You could always add a usb 2.0 pci card to your computer.

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  • Anonymous May 05, 2008

    Excellent information Ken. One thing to note, upgrading to a hi speed USB 2.0 hub will not enable USB 2.0 on a computer that does not already have it.

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