|10 Dec 2010||#1|
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USB 2.0 ports now running 1.1
I have an Asus CG5270. I have had two external hard drives connected via USB. They have been connected to the same ports for over a year now. Yesterday, they started going off and on a few times on there own. When I took the USB out of the back of the computer and put it back in I got the message pop up "this device could perform faster". it does this with every USB port on my computer and with both external hard drives. Also when i restart windows it wont boot with the hard drives attatched. Here is what I have tried to do to fix it.
I made sure my setting in the BIOS were set that USB 2.0 was enabled and set to Hi-speed.
I went to device manager and made sure it said USB Enhanced. Which it does twice.
I then uninstalled the Everything Under USB in the device manager and restarted and let windows reload the drivers, which it did.
I also made sure the hard drives worked as USB 2.0 on a different computer which they do.
The then did a clean reinstall of Windows 7.
None of these solved this problem. I still get the message "this device could perform faster". I tried to transfer a file and it is really slow, so it is showing up as USB 1.1.
Any idea what could be going on? Thanks
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