VIA Tech

  gmpy 12:48 13 Feb 06

VIA Tech Rev 5 or later?
Not to sure what this means to me is it to do with my memory stick??when I plug this in a box appers with this willwork faster with "HIGHSPEED HUB" or something like this
George Silver surfer

  jimv7 13:09 13 Feb 06

You are using a usb 2 device in a usb 1 socket.

  gmpy 15:17 13 Feb 06

How do I change this
de Gmpy

  Totally-braindead 15:26 13 Feb 06

You can only change this if your motherboard had USB 2.0 sockets rather than USB 1.1. If your motherboard has USB 2.0 then all you have to do is reinstall the USB 2.0 drivers to get it to work at full speed. Failing that the only thing you can do, providing you have a unused PCI socket in your computer is buy a USB 2.0 card and plug the memory stick into that. A USB 2.0 card is about £10-15.

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 15:27 13 Feb 06

Download the Via tech drivers click here

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