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How to disable usb 1.1


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calsnesq

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I have a Dell Inspion 2600 with two 1.1 usb ports. I am trying to use a cardbus to install two 2.0 usb ports. When I insert the card, everything freezes up until I remove it. I think I have a conflict between the cardbus and the 1.1 usb ports -- i.e., both trying to use the same circuitry at the same time? Is there a way I can disable the 1.1 ports to see if the cardbus will work? Many thanx for any assistance you can give me.
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I have a Dell Inspion 2600 with two 1.1 usb ports. I am trying to use a cardbus to install two 2.0 usb ports. When I insert the card, everything freezes up until I remove it. I think I have a conflict between the cardbus and the 1.1 usb ports -- i.e., both trying to use the same circuitry at the same time? Is there a way I can disable the 1.1 ports to see if the cardbus will work? Many thanx for any assistance you can give me.



possibly by going into setup... I believe it's f2 key when you get the dell splash screen... you'll have to just look not all computers allow you to turn off the usb however....

You could also check the device manager and see if the pcmcia slot shows up.... maybe your slot is bad or possibly the card...
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