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Hello all! I have a USB sound card that has interfaces for both USB 1.1 and for USB 2.0. Quite often, that sound card will be recognized as a USB ...
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    Force sound card as USB 2.0


    Hello all!

    I have a USB sound card that has interfaces for both USB 1.1 and for USB 2.0.

    Quite often, that sound card will be recognized as a USB 1.1 interface, even though it's been plugged into an USB 2.0 port.

    Is there any way to force the USB sound card to be recognized as a USB 2.0 device ALWAYS?

    Thanks in advance!

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    Look in the bios maybe.
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    I could disable USB 1.1 in the BIOS, but that would disable USB 1.1 at all.

    No chances of forcing it for a particular USB device?

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