USB - Whenever I plug in my USB Flash Drive into the USB port I get the message “Hi-Speed device plugged into non-high speed device”.

  • This is not an error message. What Windows is stating is that you have plugged in a USB 2.0 Flash Drive into a computer with only the slower USB 1.1 sockets.
  • Your Integral USB 2.0 Flash Drive will function perfectly as it is backwards compatible with USB 1.1 technology; however it will run at USB 1.1 speeds.
  • To get the full functionality of the USB 2.0 Flash Drive you will need a PC or Mac with USB 2.0 sockets.

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