Question about Soyo SY-7VBA133U Motherboard
Your mainboard it? not equipped with USB 2.0 ports. If you want to upgrade your system to include Hi-Speed USB support, you must install an USB 2.0 PCI Controller. USB 2.0 allows much higher data transfer rates than the older USB 1.1 standard, using the USB 2.0 port you will copy much faster your data or access information from your flash drive, for example.
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You can upgrade the USB on your computer by buying a interface card from a local computer store; they are also available for purchase online. They are relatively cheap and are easy to install; the "PCI card" just pops in to your mainboard and you are good to go. Windows Vista won't have much trouble detecting whatever brand of card you buy.
Posted on Nov 29, 2008
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Types of High Speed USB (USB 2.0) Host Controllers
· Intel Enhanced
· SiS Enhanced
· VIA Enhanced
· ALi Enhanced
· Standard Enhanced
· NEC Enhanced
The system shown has onboard Intel High Speed USB (USB 2.0) with an NEC High Speed USB (USB 2.0) PCI card installed.
The key word is ENHANCED. If you have an ENHANCED USB Host Controller then you have High Speed USB (USB 2.0)
All other types are USB v.1.1
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