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 HI-SPEED USB Device Attached To non-HI-SPEED Hub?

Answer What it means is, you are not able to transfer files at the highest possible speed. Usually this means you have a USB 1.1 device connected to a 1.0 hub, or a 2.0 device connected to a 1.0 or 1.1 hu... Read More »
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How do i fix the "a hi-speed usb device is plugged into a non-hi-speed usb hub" error message.?

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