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Hi Speed USB device attached to non Hi speed Hub

Posted on 2004-04-04
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Last Modified: 2012-08-13
How To remove message "Hi Speed USB device attached to non Hi speed Hub"
Question by:jwhyte
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Author Comment

ID: 10752269
How can I stop the message: "Hi Speed USB device attached to non Hi speed Hub", when
I put in connect a jump drive to USB port ?
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Expert Comment

ID: 10752275
Hi jwhyte,

The best way to stop this message will be to get yourself a USB 2.0 PCI card. This will also give you a great performance boost.



Author Comment

ID: 10752290
I have a Laptop "Inspiron 1100" not too easy tp upgrade. Can I work around the popup message?
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ID: 10752293
I believe not, but I'm looking for you.

Author Comment

ID: 10752297
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Expert Comment

ID: 10752299
If you like the idea of adding USB 2.0 ports, take a look here:
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Accepted Solution

myderrick earned 1000 total points
ID: 10756650
And this is how to turn it off:

If case anybody wants to know...
In control panel >

Computer Management > USB Controllers > USB Host Controller > Advanced tab > tick "Don't tell me about USB errors."

This will not let it come again but..

And no more annoying warning. :)

Check here too:

You'll need to add a USB2.0 card such as the one seen at the link below, your MB is likely only USB1.1, you still should be able to use the device as there usually backwards compatible, but you'd only get USB1.1 speeds (12mbps instead of 480mbps)

Good luck


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