Old 06-25-2011, 08:58 AM
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Default How to make Yp-M1 conect by USB 3.0 in Windows 7?

I just got a new PC running Windows 7 this time.
I wanted to Conect the M1 by USB 3.0 port so i can have the two 2.0 usb port free to other conexions.

My Cowon S9 conect fine to USB 3.0 left it inside in one reboot.
but Samsung M1 dont do the same.

It dock fine just plugging it in by usb 2.0 but not in usb 3.0
i hear the dock sound but it does not show up.

Should i install a windows 7 driver for Windows 7 for M1?
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Old 06-25-2011, 09:04 AM
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Thread moved to the M1 subforum

As the M1 has MSC connection mode, there is no specific driver to install for him.

But I guess Windows 7 doesn't natively support USB 3.0. Try to install Win 7 Service Pack 1 and check the latest driver of your USB 3.0 chipset manufacturer
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Old 08-26-2011, 09:23 PM
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M1 is support USB 2.0 or lower.
You can't using USB 3.0 with M1.
When you are using USB 3.0 with your device, your device must be support USB 3.0.
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Old 08-30-2011, 08:41 AM
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theory: usb3.0 should be backwards compatible with usb 2.0

it should just run at lower speed.

I wish to have an USB 3.0 pc so I can try with linux... :P
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