First, make sure you are at SP2. Go to your hardware device manager and remove all your USB devices. Shut down and restart your PC. The USB devices should be redetected and the best drivers located. If they are USB 2 capable, they should configure properly. Good luck.
I returned from vacation to find my edition of Panda antivirus expired.
So I uninstalled it and got the free version. which took a while as the site seemed to have a problem.
When I got the free version installed it found 7 viruses and removed them.
But 2 problems seems to have developed.
One is when I start up, the computer hangs at the Dell screen for a couple minutes.( I have a Dell LCD monitor).
One other thing I have an external Hard drive I used to load photos of the vacation onto, using a Laptop.
Now when I tried to get the pictures to sort them the Computer says the drive would work better on a USB2 port.
But all my ports are USB2 but the computer seems to have forgotten that.
I can access the photos its just I get that message.
Operating system is XP Pro and a homemade computer with an Intel PERLK board.
Any Ideas and thanks for your time.