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Re: usb pen drive



Maybe you can still use USB 2.0 if you check the settings in the BIOS for USB.
Some BIOSes have more than "Enable / Disable" for USB 1.1 / USB 2.0
 
You can always go back to the current solution....

 
On 9/9/05, Hammer <matteo hammer gmail com> wrote:
> If you rmmod ehci_hcd (which may affect other USB devices, so be
> careful), you might find it falls back to either uhci or ohci (depending
> on who designed your chipset), which provides 12 MB/s "Full Speed" from
> USB 1.1. [1]
>
> If this affects you, then you may find that the USB ports attached to
> the motherboard work better.
>
> Hope this helps,
>
> James.
>

thanks, now it works ok.

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