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There are several USB ports on your computer and one is the high speed one - try using different sockets.

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It could be that the USB port you are using to transfer the data is not a "High Speed 2.0" enabled port.
Does it give you a pop-up message when you plug it in, one that says "This device can perform faster".
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None of my usb ports function as "high-speed" 2.0 , and I constantly get the message that my device can perform faster if I connect it to a high speed USB 2.0 port. I bought this computer brand...

you usb ports are to slow for the usb 3.0 device that message keeps coming up saying that the device is better then your usb ports you have on your computer...almost every computer now have 3.0 usb ports that have very fast transfer rates for data back and forth. well i tell you the message you get is not trouble with your usb port it just trying to tell you the transfer rate will be slower with your usb 2.0 port... i hope this helps you.

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Your external drive is capable of using the high-speed USB 2.0 interface, but you connected it to a USB 1.1 port on your computer.

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I no nowt about pc s it keeps flashing up that basicly my pc would run faster if i put my dongle in a high speed port wich one is can you show me a picture please help

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This divise can perform faster if u can connect it to a high-speed usb devise! And what is a usb2 devise

USB = Universal Serial Bus and when it first entered the market the maximum speed was 1,5Mbit/s (this was called USB 1.0).
After a while they upgraded to usb 1.1 (12Mbit/s) and then to USB 2.0 (480Mbit/s). This is where we are now. Your computer is able to handle USB2.0, however if you have an old printer or something else, which was designed when the standard was USB 1.0, the maximum speed for that device is 1,5Mbit/s.
If you plug a newer device into a "slow" usb port (for example your usb port =1.0 and device supports usb 2.0) , then you will get information saying : "this device can perform faster...."

expect usb3.0 soon with 4,8Gbit/s

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Dear sir, I am having Transcend 2 GB pendrive but when I insert it in my computer, it gives message THIS DEVICE CAN PERFORM FASTER IF U CONNNECT IT TO HIGH SPEED USB 2.0 PORT and its speed is also ver

If you have a USB port on the back of computer plug it in there. Or use USB extension if it is uneasy for you to plug your pen drive from time to time. From there you can hook up your pen drive much easy.

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