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    usb

    how can u tell if u have usb 1.0 or 2.0

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    Do you know the motherboard model or chipset, what processor are you using with it?

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    Go into your Device manager and scroll down to Universal usb controllers and expand the tree.If you find Enhanced PCI to USB Host controller then you have it.
    The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.

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    have usb 2.0?

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    all i have in device manager is
    usb composite device
    usb root hub
    usb root hub
    via rev 5 or later usb universal host controller
    via rev 5 or later usb universal host controller
    thats what i get when i expand it

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    What motherboard do you have?

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    fic az11

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    USB 1


    Shown under the bios specification.

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    Quote Originally Posted by biker666_05
    all i have in device manager is
    usb composite device
    usb root hub
    usb root hub
    via rev 5 or later usb universal host controller
    via rev 5 or later usb universal host controller
    thats what i get when i expand it
    Rik is correct usb1.1.You don't have "Enhanced pci to usb host controller"which is your usb 2.0 driver supplied by the Mobo manufacturer and supported by M$.You can purchase an after market pci card with usb connections.

    I dug up some good info on usb cards


    Tested and Approved USB 2.0 PCI & PCMCIA Cards:



    Make Model Tested Passed Ports B/W 1394 Note
    All Cards are NEC chipset based - Combo Card has Texas Instruments Chipset

    Adaptec 3100LP Yes Yes 4 480 Mbps No # ^

    BAFO BF-460 Yes Yes 5 480 Mbps No # ^
    Belkin F5U220 Yes Yes 5 480 Mbps No # ^
    GWC UC-160 Yes Yes 5 480 Mbps No # ^
    IOGear GIC250U Yes Yes 5 480 Mbps No # ^
    Keyspan U2PCI-5 Yes Yes 5 480 Mbps No # ^
    O'toLink U2-C2B Yes Yes 2 480 Mbps No ^
    O'toLink U2-C2A Yes Yes 2 480 Mbps No ^
    O'toLink UF-P43 Yes Yes 7 480 Mbps Yes # ^ *
    O'toLink U2-P20N Yes Yes 2 480 Mbps No ^
    O'toLink U2-P50 Yes Yes 5 480 Mbps No # ^
    Ratoc PCIU5 Yes Yes 2 + 3 480 Mbps No % ^
    Notes

    # 1 USB port is internal

    % 2 ports on card 3 Bay Front Port

    ^ Drivers for Win98SE, Me and 2000 included

    * Firewire Combo Card

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    thanx guys

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