Wie testen, ob man usb 2.0 oder 1.1 hat

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  • ich glaube wenn man usb 1.1 hat meldet sich windows, dass das gerät mit usb 2.0 eine höhere Leistung erzielt

    wenn du mal dein Board postet, könnte man das auch rausfinden
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    George Best: "Ich habe viel von meinem Geld für Alkohol, Weiber und schnelle Autos ausgegeben.
    Den Rest habe ich verprasst."
    Mein PC
  • Bissle groß aber hoffentlich was brauchbares:


    ================== MOTHERBOARD ==================



    Manufacturer Name: [Unknown]

    Operational Status: [Unknown]


    *** BIOS Information ***

    Name: [Phoenix - AwardBIOS v6.00PG]

    BIOS FEATURES


    1: [3.5' / 2.88 MB Floppy Services are Supported.]

    2: [3.5' / 2.88 MB Floppy Services are Supported.]

    3: [3.5' / 2.88 MB Floppy Services are Supported.]

    4: [3.5' / 720 KB Floppy Services are Supported.]

    5: [3.5' / 720 KB Floppy Services are Supported.]

    6: [3.5' / 720 KB Floppy Services are Supported.]

    7: [5.25' / 1.2MB Floppy Services are Supported.]

    8: [5.25' / 1.2MB Floppy Services are Supported.]

    9: [5.25' / 1.2MB Floppy Services are Supported.]

    10: [5.25' / 360 KB Floppy Services are Supported.]

    11: [5.25' / 360 KB Floppy Services are Supported.]

    12: [5.25' / 360 KB Floppy Services are Supported.]

    13: [8042 Keyboard Services are Supported.]

    14: [8042 Keyboard Services are Supported.]

    15: [8042 Keyboard Services are Supported.]

    16: [ACPI Supported.]

    17: [ACPI Supported.]

    18: [ACPI Supported.]

    19: [AGP is Supported.]

    20: [AGP is Supported.]

    21: [AGP is Supported.]

    22: [APM is Supported.]

    23: [APM is Supported.]

    24: [APM is Supported.]

    25: [ATAPI ZIP Drive Boot is Supported.]

    26: [ATAPI ZIP Drive Boot is Supported.]

    27: [ATAPI ZIP Drive Boot is Supported.]

    28: [BIOS is Upgradeable (Flash).]

    29: [BIOS is Upgradeable (Flash).]

    30: [BIOS is Upgradeable (Flash).]

    31: [BIOS ROM is Socketed.]

    32: [BIOS ROM is Socketed.]

    33: [BIOS ROM is Socketed.]

    34: [BIOS Shadowing is Allowed.]

    35: [BIOS Shadowing is Allowed.]

    36: [BIOS Shadowing is Allowed.]

    37: [Boot from CD is Supported.]

    38: [Boot from CD is Supported.]

    39: [Boot from CD is Supported.]

    40: [CGA/Mono Video Services are Supported.]

    41: [CGA/Mono Video Services are Supported.]

    42: [CGA/Mono Video Services are Supported.]

    43: [EDD (Enhanced Disk Drive) Specification is Supported.]

    44: [EDD (Enhanced Disk Drive) Specification is Supported.]

    45: [EDD (Enhanced Disk Drive) Specification is Supported.]

    46: [ESCD Support is Available.]

    47: [ESCD Support is Available.]

    48: [ESCD Support is Available.]

    49: [ISA is Supported.]

    50: [ISA is Supported.]

    51: [ISA is Supported.]

    52: [LS-120 Boot is Supported.]

    53: [LS-120 Boot is Supported.]

    54: [LS-120 Boot is Supported.]

    55: [PCI is Supported.]

    56: [PCI is Supported.]

    57: [PCI is Supported.]

    58: [Plug and Play is Supported.]

    59: [Plug and Play is Supported.]

    60: [Plug and Play is Supported.]

    61: [Print Screen Service is Supported.]

    62: [Print Screen Service is Supported.]

    63: [Print Screen Service is Supported.]

    64: [Printer Services are Supported.]

    65: [Printer Services are Supported.]

    66: [Printer Services are Supported.]

    67: [Selectable Boot is Supported.]

    68: [Selectable Boot is Supported.]

    69: [Selectable Boot is Supported.]

    70: [Serial Services are Supported.]

    71: [Serial Services are Supported.]

    72: [Serial Services are Supported.]

    73: [USB Legacy is Supported.]

    74: [USB Legacy is Supported.]

    75: [USB Legacy is Supported.]

    Serial Number: [ ]

    Manufacturer: [Phoenix Technologies, LTD]

    Part Number (SKU): [Unknown

    *** ON BOARD ADAPTERS ***

    *** Controller(s) ***

    IDE/E-IDE Controller(s): [Primärer IDE-Kanal],[Primärer IDE-Kanal],[Sekundärer IDE-Kanal],[Sekundärer IDE-Kanal],[SiS PCI-IDE-Controller],[SiS PCI-IDE-Controller],

    USB Controller: [SiS 7001 PCI-zu-USB Open Host-Controller

    SCSI Controller(s):

    [Not Installed],[Not Installed],


    Max. CPU Speed Supported: [2405 MHz]


    *** System/Motherboard Slots ***

    Total Slots: [0 x ISA, 3 x PCI, 1 x AGP]
  • Es gibt noch usbview von M$

    Das zeigt auch ne Menge an:
    FTDI Utilities (2. Eintrag)

    EDIT
    USB Open Host-Controller

    Das sieht nach einem OHCI Controller aus -> also nur usb1.1
    Universal Serial Bus - Wikipedia
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    Was ist der Unterschied zwischen einem U-Boot und MS Windows?
    Keiner, sobald man ein Fenster aufmacht, fangen die Probleme an
    Alle Tips von mir ohne Gewähr und auf eigenes Risiko !!
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  • Geräte -> USB Geräte und dann dort anklicken wo du was reingesteckt hast

    bei nen USB Speicher stick z.B. müsste dann "HIGH (USB 2.0)" dastehen
    ----------------------------
    George Best: "Ich habe viel von meinem Geld für Alkohol, Weiber und schnelle Autos ausgegeben.
    Den Rest habe ich verprasst."
    Mein PC
  • Hallo kai007

    Den >Standard Open< brauchst Du für 1.1 USB.

    Die Anderen sind für die verschiedenen Geräte die angeschlossen sind und die USB -Anschlüsse.
    Wenn Du z.B. Geräte an-oder absteckst wirst Du im Gerätemanager feststellen ,dass sich die Anzahl der Treiber auch ändert.

    Gruß kahade