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#346
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Click on one of your pictures on this page then on Edit My Profile.  Now click on Manage Attachments.  It should say

 

You have used xMB of 20MB. 

If x is close to 20 then you have used up your allocation.  You will need to delete old attachments.  Click in the box to the right of any attachments you want to delete then hit Delete Selected.

 

When testing the USB ports you don't really need Latency Monitor unless they give you very low results on the test.


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I did the following Latency Monirot & USBDeview speed tests with Network Adaptor Enabled.

I captured the results of the 2nd speed test for each port (first was skipped because the test is drastically slower after the first test).

I did the test in the following order: nearest port (top of PC) to furtherst away (rear) and re-captured the nearest one more time to see if the nearest port is slower after doing all the others.

 

Attached File  1.txt   10.32KB   1 downloadsAttached File  2.txt   10.3KB   1 downloadsAttached File  3.txt   10.04KB   1 downloadsAttached File  4.txt   37bytes   1 downloadsAttached File  5.txt   10.27KB   1 downloadsAttached File  6.txt   10.31KB   1 downloadsAttached File  1 again.txt   10.3KB   1 downloads


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Your Reads are better than mine in every case.  Your Writes seem to decline when something causes page faults but I would say all ports are setting up at USB 2.0.  Did you happen to look in USBDeview to see if it thought they were USB 2.0?


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Yeah, when I previously moved my usb drive around the ports.


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Try your printer again.  Does it still show as USB 1.1?


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In USBDeview, Printer still shows as USB1.10, and when I plug a usb drive into the port, it changes to USB 2.10


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In USBDeview, Printer still shows as USB1.10, and when I plug a usb drive into the port, it changes to USB 2.10


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Any chance of plugging the printer into another computer and checking it with USBdeview?


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Checked it with my XP laptop.

Usbpen drive shows as 2.10 whichever port I use.

Printer shows as usb 1.10 whichever port I use.


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So it would appear that USB 1.1 is all you can get.  How old is the printer?

 

We can see from our USB speedtest and Latency Monitor that writes can be slowed drastically by Page Faults and I would think that when you send something to the printer that is really just a Write.  You might try Latency Monitor while trying to print and see if Page Faults are a problem.

 

I'm still wondering why you don't have the intel iastor driver which is normally used by intel systems to control the hard drive.  Let try HD Tune:

 

 

HD Tune

https://www.lifewire...-review-2624561

 

Actual download is at:

 

http://www.hdtune.co.../hdtune_255.exe

 

Download, Save, right click and Run As Admin.  Run the Benchmark test and report your min, max & average transfer times.  Ideally the graph would be flat or slightly tilted to the right.  On a bad drive you will see sharp drops.  The fewer programs running at the same time the better.  Pause your anti-virus.


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USBDrive HD Tune Read Benchmark.jpg

I couldn't perform write test, it said "cannot read"


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Do I really need to print something or can I use the speechware tablemike(also usb1) which also has an sd-card reader and a usb port in it.


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