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USB 1.0 to 2.0 Upgrade

Posted on 2002-06-24
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Currently I have 1.0 or 1.1 USB installed to include 2 ports on the box plus 2 USB hubs chained together...
Do I have to remove all of these to install a USB 2.0 card to make everything work, or can I leave the 1.0 USB ports,etc as they are and install the 2.0 USB card for those items that use 2.0?
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Insert your new PCI USB 2.0 card in your Pc ... that's all ...
You can disable old USB ports, but it's not necessary ...
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That's all I needed to know..would like to leave things as thye are and just install the card for new USB items that use 2.0..
Many thanks..
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