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2.0 USB port, items reading as 1.0

I have a 2.0 USB port, but every time I plug in any usb port in there, a notice pops up telling me I have a 1.0 and that it would be better if I upgraded to a 2.0!! HELP!!! Thanks

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Then your USB port or driver is actually 1.0. go to the dell website for you laptop and see what the latest updates are available.

Posted on Aug 18, 2008

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