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Samjula

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Hi, I have an ASUS P5LD2-VM Motherboard and the USB 2.0 Ports are not running at full speed. Whenever i plug in a device, windows tells me it can run faster if plugged into a high speed port and also that there is no high speed usb host controller installed on my system. Does anyone know where i can get a driver or something to make them work at their correct speeds?
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Go to the Asus web page and look for drivers for your motherboard.
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I have, they only have bios updates and drivers for the ethernet etc
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hi,

go here - http://support.asus....SLanguage=en-us to download drivers for your mobo.

cheers...xxx1
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There isnt any USB 2.0 Drivers on the asus website for my mobo, but ive found the disk that came with it. That has some drivers, however, it doesnt let me install them because it says they came with service pack 1 and i have a newer version. Ive tried downloading service pack 1 again but of course, it wont let me install it because i have a newer version. Is there a way to reinstall it? Or am i going to have to repair XP?
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Problem Solved. I installed a clean copy of XP on my empty second hard drive and swapped over what i needed and the USB's work at full speed. I think the XP usb 2.0 drivers that come with service pack 1 were corrupted. All is well now. cya guys
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