I am setting up a video surveillance system in my house. I have three different cameras, each with their own different driver, so there are no conflicts. As per the software vendor's recommendations these are plugged into a PCI/USB 2.0 Host adaptor card. The first two installed, no problem--so why, I wonder is the installation of the third camera giving me the following message?
"This USB device can perfom faster if you connect it to a USB 2.0 port (for a list of available ports click here)."
Apparently, the camera doesn't know it's already plugged into a USB 2.0 port.
I unplugged this camera from the host adaptor and plugged it directly into a USB2.0 header going straight into the motherboard, and (after a new installation routine finished, I got the same messsage.
Anybody out there got a clue, what's going on here--and after I "click here" and am presented with a long list of unused USB2 ports, how do I change to a new one? They are all supposed to be USB 2.