I got caught cheating in an engineering exam; my life is almost over.
One normal engineering course at my university had an unreasonable amount of work: each week we would have like 5 quizzes (1 labview quiz, 2 class quizzes, 1 computer lab quiz, 1 graded report). The course merging with another...
not all of them. Thing I did not need to know. a single external drive hooked to the "root Hub" or through an onboard intel secondary hub (one more hub) runs at the same speed.
hmmm, there is a pattern forming. 3.0 device in 3.0 ROOT hub (as shown in device manager) windows says (and I do to) it is running 2.0 , is indeed in 2.0 slot. which would not be weird if that was shown Through a 2.0 Hub item first.
Go Flex 3.0 type shown direct to the root 3.0 hub, but is 2.0 speed, and 2.0 port
2.0 input device falls under 2.0 hub in 3.0 port , somewhat logical.
Same 2.0 input device , in different 3.0 port, assumes the one that is direct without hub.
But 3.0 storage device in these various slots , does not show connection diagram as being through hub, be that in 3.0 or 2.0 slot location.
So I am not insane :-) there is a pattern. the connection diagram just looks confusing.
Conclusion: A person could see in the connection diagram in the device manager, that the 3.0 device IS hooked to a 3.0 hub) , But it could be in a 2.0 port , and therefore slow.
That could solve the mystery of 1 SU question I read weeks and weeks ago
My plan has always been to hook up the fastest stuff to the least hubs, that was not really an issue for HD speeds. but I know how to find it now.
My problem was that a 2.0 input device was acting like it was in a 3.0. it was not, but it is now travelling that path. 3.0s seem like they have more buffers or something and have been shown to have tiny latencies, even though they make fast stuff faster.
when I open foxfire the top part of my screen strobes and blinks I have reinstalled the software , restored the computer to an earlier date but the problem still exists i have no problems if i use chrome or aol any suggestions on how to eliminate the annoying flashing