Re: How to revert a USB 1.1 port to USB 2.0 port.



On Thu, 11 Sep 2008 03:54:00 -0700, satadru
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"Paul Montgomery" wrote:

On Thu, 11 Sep 2008 02:24:01 -0700, satadru
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"Paul Montgomery" wrote:

On Wed, 10 Sep 2008 22:25:00 -0700, satadru
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"Paul Montgomery" wrote:

On Wed, 10 Sep 2008 06:34:01 -0700, satadru
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5. Despite umpteen number of reboots, shutdowns, uninstalling of USB devices
from the Device Manager, etc., all the 4 rear-side USB ports behave as if
they are USB 1.1 type ports only.

6. Incidentally, the Device Manager displays that there is an enhanced USB
host controller.

Please help as to how I could have them revert to their normal USB 2.0 format.

Got a System Restore point that precedes the problem?

If so, use it.


Did not work at all. Any other suggestions please? I am left banging my head
against the wall!

Delete the host controller(s) and restart.


Deleted, restarted, failed to work.

I'm fresh out of ideas.




I suppose the only other viable alternative would be to install a Hi-Speed
USB PCI card, now. I think the mainboard may have given up on the USB 2.0
feature, itself.

Speaking of which... have you checked the settings in the BIOS on the
odd chance that something in there needs changing?
.