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Windows XP reports “HI-SPEED USB Device Attached to non-HI-SPEED Hub”

If your device is plugged into a USB 1.1 port on a PC running Windows XP, you will likely get a pop-up message stating:

"HI-SPEED USB Device Attached to non-HI-SPEED Hub"

indicating you can click the pop-up message for more "help."

This message is merely confirming that you have a High-Speed USB 2.0 device plugged into a USB port on your PC that is not capable of High-Speed operation (mostly likely it is a USB 1.1 port). This message is produced by any High-Speed USB storage device and does not mean there is a problem with your device. Copying files between the PC will proceed at the slower "USB 1.1 speed" (known as "Full-Speed"), but will otherwise behave normally.

You can therefore ignore or dismiss the pop-up message.

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