-Intel P4 3.2 GHz Processor
-Windows XP Professional with SP2
-Asus P4P800 Deluxe Motherboard
Connected to these USB items:
-Apple iPod Mini MP3 Player
-HP 1350 All-in-One Printer-Scanner-Copier
-Logitech MX510 Mouse
-SanDisk ImageMate 5-in-1 Card Reader
The problem is that I have four USB ports on the back of my computer and they're all USB 1.1. How do I upgrade them to USB 2.0? They don't show up as Enhanced on Device Manager.
I never knew how to use USB 2.0 and on the motherboard specs, it shows that the motherboard is USB 2.0 and everything. I've always wondered why my speeds were so slow. Today, I went into my BIOS with boredom, and found that my USB settings were set to FullSpeed, and not HiSpeed. It said that FullSpeed was 12 mb/sec and that HiSpeed is 480 mb/sec, so I quickly changed it to HiSpeed and restarted my computer. I didn't notice a difference in speeds. This was also today, which is longer after I installed all my USB programs, and operating system, and SP2.
After changing, coming back onto Windows, I get the message that a lot of people also reported receiving. Something about being able to achieve faster speed by using a HI-SPEED device and that speeds will be reduced because it's not a HI-SPEED device, blah blah blah.
So, my question is, how can I upgrade everything to USB 2.0? Was there something I did wrong along the way? I really want to use the USB 2.0 function of my system and increase my speeds. How would I be able to do this? I've read about things with SP1, but don't know what to do since my computer system is SP2 now. Are there any fixes for this? Please help me out. Thanks a lot for your time and replies.
Edited by nivlek, 25 July 2005 - 04:13 AM.