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USB 2.0 driver

USB usage and history

The purpose of USB 2.0 is to connect USB host to a device and to help transfer data and power. With each USB standard comes a different speed. The newest USB standard is USB 3.0. Unlike USB 2.0 which was providing speeds up to 60MB/s , 3.0 standard is providing up to 10x faster connectivity. Again we are witnessing amazing progress, and we see it as something normal. Older standard USB 1.0 is practically no more in use due to very slow transfer speed.

USB 2.0 version was introduced in 2000. Comparing to older version it had many modifications, and as already mentioned much higher transfer speed.  The name that was given to this standard was Hi-speed. The 3.0 Universal Serial Bus is called SuperSpeed. Sounds logical.

You want your USB 2.0 to work like a Swiss clock? Please check out our links below. There is all you need to know in order to solve problems with your USB.

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