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doaru2it

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:blink: i would like to know the difference between a regular usb 2.0 and a high speed usb 2.0? what components would be used to obtain a high speed usb ? :whistling:

Edited by doaru2it, 16 January 2007 - 05:10 PM.

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If your motherboard does not handle USB 2.0, then the easiest and quickest is to install a USB 2.0 card in the unit.
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This is a very generic question. According to your sig, you're running XP. However, you haven't stated what version of XP (SP1, SP2), your machine specs, if it's a laptop or desktop.

We may be able to recommend PCI add-on cards and such, but not knowing your specs hinders what info we should give.

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You're absolutely correct I should have really caught that.
doaru2it needs to give us more specific info.
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what i would like to know ; stats on a usb 2.0 opposed to a high speed usb 2.o
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:whistling:

what i would like to know ; stats on a usb 2.0 opposed to a high speed usb 2.o


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There is no difference between usb 2.0 and usb 2.0 high speed. The usb 2.0 has a standerd speed. U can sell it as a fast connection cause it is faster than usb 1.1 but it is all the same speed. (Its a dealer gimic :whistling: )
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