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Intel Mother board: No USB 2.0 support?

By wolframwrenches ·
I recently built a PC from the ground up. The motherboard is an Intel D101GGC. All seems to be operating fine under Windows XP except the USB devices are only connecting to a USB 1.1 hub on the motherboard. It appears that the default for the motherboard (and Bios) is 1.1. I tried several different settings in BIOS but found only 1 that would even let USB 1.1 work. There does not appear to be a jumper on the MB to fix this.

Current settings are:
USB Controller- Enabled
USB EHCI Controller- Enabled (USB 1.1 works whebn disabled also)
Legacy USB Support- Enabled
USB Zip Emulation- Auto

Any suggestions?

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by Craig321 In reply to Intel Mother board: No US ...

according to Intel site:

1. Reboot (or power on) system.
2. Press "F2" during POST (Power-on Self Test) to enter system BIOS setup program.
3. Select "ADVANCED" menu using arrow (left and right) keys.
4. Select "USB Configuration" and press <enter>.
5. Enable "High-speed USB".
6. Press "F10" to Save & Exit BIOS setup program. ( Hi-Speed USB 2.0 controllers are now enabled and your operating system should detect New Hardware during the next normal boot cycle.
7. Cancel "New Hardware Found".

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by Craig321 In reply to

If you have service pack 2 and your still having problems check this article

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by mattscheelar In reply to

When I go to USB config there is no option to enable "high speed USB." What does that mean? mycomputer should be fully updated, any ideas guys?

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by HAL 9000 Moderator In reply to Intel Mother board: No US ...

Just one thing here with XP you need to have SP1 or higher installed to have USB 2 support if you haven't you'll only have USB 1 supported although whatever the BIOS settings are should allow the USB Ports to work even if only in a limited manner.

If you have a latter version of XP than SP1 and the answer provided in the above post doesn't fix your problem I would Return the M'Board for replacement as it would appear that the USB Ports are faulty but you'll need to follow the advice in the above post first and pay particular attention to the listed URL.


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by wolframwrenches In reply to Intel Mother board: No US ...

The knowlede base article solved the issue very quickly. Thank you for the help!

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