It will do that if your motherboard doesnt support USB2.0. Might want to get a USB2.0 card. I would usually say to just find a way of getting rid of the error, but I think in this case the USB2.0 is important. See how it works as a 1.1 and if it is ok, you might be good to go. In that case, You could try disabling error detection in the properties of the USB controller. It's in the Advanced tab > Don't tell me about USB errors.