USB 1/1.1 & 2.0

  prima12 18:32 07 Aug 03
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Can I Install a USB2.0 PCI Card?
Reference my previous thread above, would I have to remove my old USB card on installing a new USB 2.0, or could I leave it. Does the USB 2.0 take over the whole USB function? Sorry if the question seems a basic.
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  OneSirKnight 18:46 07 Aug 03

I think i understand your question,If you keep your original usb and install also a usb2 card,then the usb1 will remain usb1,and usb2 will be as usb2.lots of new motherboards have both usb1 and usb 2.

  Djohn 18:50 07 Aug 03

Not basic at all! I'm not sure to be honest, but think you will be able to use both together. I have USB1.1 on my Mother board with 2 connections at rear, also a USB2.0 PCI card with 4 connections at rear of PC. I use 1.1 for mouse and keybord, USB2.0 for printer/scanner/camera/ Broadband. All work together fine. j.

  prima12 19:08 07 Aug 03

You both hit the nail right on the head, and answered my question. I really only wanted to install USB 2.0 because the scanner I was looking at was USB 2.0, but all my other periferals are using USB 1/1.1, I'm not to sure which. P.

  Djohn 19:14 07 Aug 03

That's good. I usually miss! :o(

  Cesar 09:00 08 Aug 03

why waste a slot, If you install a USB 2.0 card it's compatable with USB 1.1, get a USB 2.0 Hub and run all your Peripharels of of it.

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