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USB 2.0 Tried alot of things, but i still cant get it to work, this is my problem. This mobo has usb 2.0 right? Well i get speeds that are close to usb 1.0 to my ext harddisks. I reinstalled the 2.0 drivers, it "said" it was usb 2.0. But still, my speeds are so slow that a few gb takes 2-3h to move. Anything i can do?

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Dude try to change your USB Partition in drive....maybe it was a Fat32 not NTFS

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The quick answer is I installed a USB card with an internal port.

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I am using an older PC with a ASUS CUSL2 AGP Pro/4X Motherboard as a intra-offfice server devise. I'd like to add USB 2.o or change out the 2 rear USB prots to 2.0. I've tried doing this witha USB 2.0 PCI...


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Two is to fit a pci usb 2.0 card.

You said you did TWO but it didnt work. I am not sure why without more details but if you are using windoes 95 or less than that would be a major problem.

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Your cpu froze because of that usb thing. the only way to unfreeze it is to manually reset your hardware in this order.

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2. CPU. if you can pull out your cpu chip, then do it. this will refresh your cpu setting in your mobo. (mobo = motherboard)

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The 2 usb-ports on the front and the 3 back of your Dell is high speed ones, at least the manual says so, they are all USB 2.0.
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Here you can read about the "high speed usb" :
http://www.usb.org/developers/usb20/

And here is the manual and avalible drivers for your Dell:
http://support.dell.com/support/topics/global.aspx/support/my_systems_info/manuals?~ck=ln&c=us&l=en&lnki=0&s=gen

Good luck to you M8!

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