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Hi guyz i recently purchased a new motherboard that came with a bunch of usb ports that claim to be 2.0 high speed. But heres the problem after enableing high speed usb's in the bios and correctley installing the drivers i still get a message when pluggin in devices which says high speed usb plugged into low speed usb. Is there a correct way to set up the USB's.

Also guyz my motherboard did not come with a ethernet port, which is a bit upsetting but my question is on what does the internet run faster usb 2.0 or ethernet 10/100mb.

Hehe sorry but another question, my upload rate for my internet is 128kb but my downloads speed are always at 50kb, it never peaks over this. Is there a way to tweak my adsl2 router NB5 to reach these speeds.

Thanks Guyz :tazz:
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Hello -=Ac3=-

Also guyz my motherboard did not come with a ethernet port, which is a bit upsetting but my question is on what does the internet run faster usb 2.0 or ethernet 10/100mb.


Unless you have very very fast internet, there is not difference.

Hehe sorry but another question, my upload rate for my internet is 128kb but my downloads speed are always at 50kb, it never peaks over this. Is there a way to tweak my adsl2 router NB5 to reach these speeds.


A program like LeechGet will help you download a lot quicker. (2004 has no limitations 2005 dose and there is not difference between them as far as I can tell)

Hope some one can help you with the other things.
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Are you sure the devices you plug in are high speed USB? It could be a low speed device being plugged into high speed ports.
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Yes the device was an ipod, which is a high speed device. The actuall usb's also displau high speed usb2.0 on them
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Your download speeds may be being reduced by your firewalls and any antivirus software you have. When you fell it's safe, you could disable them and see what happens.
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Yer nah im not running any firewalls or anti viruses, my internet is my least concern at the moment im just really confused about the USB 2.0
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