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Old 05-23-2006, 02:14 PM   #1 (permalink)
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This is partly iPod related, but mostly usb related.
When I try to update my ipod with new songs, my computer recognizes is imediately but says that It's not connected to a highspeed port (I've tried connecting it to all of my ports and get the same message). Then it takes like 2 hours for iTunes to realize that there is an iPod connected.

So I click on the help box about the highspeed port and get this.


So then I was like WTF and went to check out lavalys and saw this under summary.





Do I really not have a highspeed port? What should I do?

The confusing thing is that all of my other usb devices work quickly with no problems.

Thanks.
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You might have to go into your bios to change the usb setting to highspeed which does 480mb/s, right now i'm guessing that yours is set to fullspeed which only does 12mb/s.
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Good suggestion, but I just went into my bios but saw no way of setting usb speed; just enabling or disabling usb 1.1 and 2.0
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Enable usb 2.0 since that is the faster one.
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It is enabled
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Try the latest via chipset drivers.

http://www.viaarena.com/Driver/VIA_4in1_443v.zip
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