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I'm currently trying to see if my account is activated correctly and I'm able to post.  The link to activate my count didn't work so I figure I'll try and post.  Feel free to delete this thread, thanks.

 

Edit:  I figure I should post what brought me here.  I'm having trouble with my internet connection and I believe that it is related to an outdated driver, I'm getting a message like this"Hi-Speed USB Device Plugged into non-HI-Speed USB Hub".

 

 I'm using a Dell Microsoft windows xp home edition(sp3).  I tried downloading Everest Ultimate Edition but I had trouble getting it going.  Not sure if it was because I had a browser open during the installation process or I just was misunderstanding something but it seemed to freeze and left the command prompt screen(I believe it is called) open and blank.  You probably can tell I"m not that tech savvy but I hope to change that.

 

I'm having better luck with the AIDA64 download, I did get a message about the memory not being able to be found but I got the screen with the info I needed like the motherboard details.  So I'm now trying to figure out what I need too update my driver and make it compatible with the ZyXEL G-220 v2 Wireless USB.  Any thoughts suggestions and general help is very much appreciated, this problem has been driving me crazy for a long time and I need it fixed right away so I can use the internet like a normal human being, thanks!

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"Hi-Speed USB Device Plugged into non-HI-Speed USB Hub"

 

It means you've connected a USB 1.x device into a USB 2.0 port.  That however alone wouldn't mean the device doesn't function properly, since USB 2.x and USB 1.x devices and ports can be mixed in any combinations.

 

If you believe your issues may be related to having an outdated device (due to it being only USB 1.x), try to ask your internet provider to replace the device with a more modern one.

 


Regards,

Fiery

 

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Thanks for the reply Fiery.  I guess I don't fully understand the situation as well as I thought.  It seems to me that the explanation you gave is almost the opposite from what I thought the problem was.  If I'm understanding you correctly, the problem is not with the driver necessarily but but with the USB not being compatible/outdated?

 

I will have to to more looking into this issue and see if I can wrap my mind around this matter.  Is there any chance that you might or anyone else knowledgeable on the topic could recommend a USB suitable for me?  I will report back here with any other questions and what the outcome is with this matter.  Thanks again for taking to time to reply and offer your assistance, it is very appreciated. 

 

 

Sincerely, 

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You're right, I'm sorry, I've mixed it up :(  The correct statement would be:

 

"Hi-Speed USB Device Plugged into non-HI-Speed USB Hub"

 

It means you've connected a USB 2.0 device into a USB 1.x port.  That however alone wouldn't mean the device doesn't function properly, since USB 2.x and USB 1.x devices and ports can be mixed in any combinations.

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