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New USB PCI card not recognised at high speed

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I just got a new Sweex USB 2.0 4 port PCI card. I stuck it in my machine, but when i plugged in my ipod it says a high spped devide is inserted into a non high speed port.

I am running XP and i dont think any service pack. Do i need to upgrade any drivers so my computer will support high speed USB - or should it work fine anyway? Can someone point me in the right direction??

BUT - after i put in the PCI card, i put in the CD with the drivers on..... the light came but nothing happened so thought it was a dud CD - but them no other disks would work!! The dvd rom was working FINE the night before - it seems as soon as i put the PCI card in it stopped working! Ive removed the PCI card but its still not working?!

Please help me :tazz:
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