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Old 02-09-2009, 08:49 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Question USB Problem

I have a Behringer BCD2000. I have several usb devices plugged in i.e. mouse keyboard webcam printer and headphones. When i plug in my usb mixer i get the error to say that there is not enough usb bandwidth for the device. Its trying to draw 78% which apparently is normal. If i get a PCI or PCI-E usb card, will this stop the device drawing all the bandwidth from the motherboard???? When i use it with my laptop which has nothing plugged in it works fine.....but of course i want it on my desktop because of speakers n all

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Yes it should. PCI slots draw their own power, so it shouldn't count against the draw of the USB hub on the MB.
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