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Hi-speed USB device plugged into non-hi-speed USB hub

Hi,

I'm Shiva from Hyderabad, India. I'm using P4, 3Ghz & 512MB RAM system with 512MB RAM.

I've connected a USB device ( a receiver for IP Dish TV ) to my system nd was working fine. Later coz of some probs with my computer, I've formatted it. nd now when I connect this USB device again, it's showing an error sayin. "hi-speed usb device plugged into non-hi-speed usb hub" nd " connect it to a USB2.0.." somethin like that.

When looking for support in microsoft.com, I read an article (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/312370/en-us) acordig to which my "Windows XP does not include support for EHCI host controllers" and has to install latest version service pak.

I've installed Windows Xp Service Pack 3 nd surprisingly the problem still persists. Can any body help me out in this regard. It's URGENT.

Thanking you

Regards
Shiv

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Hi Shiva,

Did you try to boot into your BIOS and check the settings for your USB port? Often you can set the compatibility mode there.

Secondly, try to connect the usb device to different USB ports on your PC, they might not all be connected to the same controller (front or rear for example).

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