I have a ECS RC410-M Rev 1.1 motherboard running a Pentium D 945 3.4 ghz processor, it has ran well for over six months, now everytime I connect a USB device that is 2.0 it connects at 2.0 high speed, but after a short time of use it reverts back to 2.0 Full speed which is 12 mhz. The biggest problem is if you have an external hard drive connected and are doing a backup it fails. I downloaded all of the current drivers I could find, including Microsoft KB90673 fix for USB 2.0.
I am running Windows XP Home with SP 2 and all of the Microsoft updates installed.
I bought a new ECS RC410-M Rev 1.3 made for HP by ECS and I reinstalled XP on it and I am getting the same error with this motherboard.
If anyone has experienced this problem and has an answer to these questions I would appreciate hearing from you.
1. Which HP PC uses the ECS RC410-M rev 1.3 LGA775 DDR-2 PCI-e x16 motherboard. I know HP calls it a Asterope GL8E.
2. Any other place to get current drivers for the motherboard. Elitegroup doesn't even list the RC410-M
3. It has an Southbridge ATI Chipset IXP450, can't find this either.
Currenlty I am in the process of sending the new motherboard I bought back to the company I bought it from.
All information relating to this problem will be appreciated.
Thanks a tired old retired Marine who has been fixing computer hardware and software for the past 40 years.