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Old 08-11-2009, 09:23 AM
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I am tired of this message every time I connect my diamond to my pc. I do not know what it means, or how to connect to a usb2 hub, and do not care. I only connect to charge my phone. Can I disable this message somehow? (Windows XP and Vista machines both do it to me).
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I am tired of this message every time I connect my diamond to my pc. I do not know what it means, or how to connect to a usb2 hub, and do not care. I only connect to charge my phone. Can I disable this message somehow? (Windows XP and Vista machines both do it to me).
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In device manager, if you have USB controllers with "Enhanced" in their name, they are USB 2. If they say "Universal", they are probably 1.1 - you can right-click on these and select properties, then check "Don't tell me about USB errors" under the Advanced tab. Note that doing this will also
result in you not seeing other error messages related to the device.
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Old 08-11-2009, 10:06 AM
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Re: This Device Can Perform Faster...

The message your getting is a result of the USB port on your computer, not the phone. The diamond is optimized to use USB 2,which is a faster protocol than USB 1. But you have to have the hardware on your computer.

I'm surprised that a Vista machine would give you that message though, because USB2 is the standard these days, and has been for a few years.
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In device manager, if you have USB controllers with "Enhanced" in their name, they are USB 2. If they say "Universal", they are probably 1.1 - you can right-click on these and select properties, then check "Don't tell me about USB errors" under the Advanced tab. Note that doing this will also
result in you not seeing other error messages related to the device.
This is a late follow-up, but thanks - your suggestion worked.
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This is a late follow-up, but thanks - your suggestion worked.
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awesome. I know how annoying error messages can be, glad you got rid of it.
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