No, it's a hardware limitation. You're just as likely to turn a Pentium II 333 into a Pentium IV 3.06ghz by downloading a patch.
I keep getting this message when I insert my thumb drive.
I am running WinXP SP1a.. I thought SP1a was supposed to upgrade to USB 2.0 speed?
Is there any 3rd party software I can download to fix this?
Really? So Epia M10K is not USB2.0 compatible? Damn..
i thought the m10k was compatible. perhaps you need to install the drivers.
Well, you didn't mention it was an M10K. Without context, how are we supposed to know that this isn't something with a low-speed port?
chairboy: well the way you worded it seems like it was never a software issue (my issue). Sorry for the miscommunication
WizardPC: the driver CD? which one do you mean? The one that came with the thumb drive? I didnt receive any CD with my thumb drive