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#1 MarissaGamble


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Posted 24 June 2006 - 02:47 PM

I got a new program called DVDXpressDX2. I plugged in the USB cord in back of the box sytem and in back of the computer. When we opened up the icon it said that the USB is not compatible. I have windows SP2 . I went to Device Manager and I have 3 US Root Hubs and 3 VIA 5 or later USB Universal Host Controller. In the manual is says Note: We strongly recommend that you use the USB Ports on the back of your P, some front USBs ports will not perform correctly because they act as a Hub. Do not us a USB Hub for the best video capture experience. Then it says we stronly recommend using windows Xp which we have with Microosft USB 2.0 driver for proper operation of your DVD Express DX@ at USB 2.0 connections speeds.
Can I upgrade to a USB 2.0 and how do I do that>? Can some one please Help me and guide me through this? :thumbsup:

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#2 Herk


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Posted 24 June 2006 - 04:25 PM

If you have USB 1.0, that refers to the hardware. In order to upgrade to USB 2.0, you need to buy a PCI card that you can install into your computer. It should come with instructions. I've seen them at Wal-Mart. Here's an example.

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