what can i do to stop hi speed usb

August 21, 2011 at 11:29:07
Specs: Windows XP
Actually, when I plug in my portable hard drive, I get the following message: "The USB device can perform faster if you connect it to a High Speed USB 2.0 port."

Below that, it says: "For a list of available ports, cick here".

When I click there, it brings up a long list of ports, same as that displayed in the Device Manager. It says, "USB Root Hub" 8 ports. Below that are listed seven "unused ports". Then there is another entry, "USB Root Hub" 2 ports. Below that are shown one "USB port" and one "USB composite device".

Below that is a "Recommendation" which says: "Disconnect the USB mass storage device from its current port and then connect it to one of the ports on a hub shown in bold type".

The question is, HOW can I do this? Where is this hub on my computer? Of course it shows an image on the screen, but I can't shove the USB connector into my computer screen, what can i do ?

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August 21, 2011 at 11:46:45
Make sure the USB 2.0 drivers are installed. Make sure you connect to the external drive to the high speed ports. If you're asking about a desktop machine, try the rear ports on the motherboard rather than the front ports in the case.

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