Updating usb 1 to usb 2
So, to "upgrade" from 1.1 to 2.0 typically isn't a software upgrade at all; it's an addition of hardware.
The software supporting a device that requires 2.0 simply report that the device won't work or that some features may be disabled.It is a quick and convenient way to chat with one of our technical experts without having to stop what you are working on to place a phone call.To help us more effectively help you, please be ready with product number, make and model of any equipment you are connecting, operating system (if applicable), etc.The good news is that the hardware is typically inexpensive. The biggest visible difference between USB 1.1 and 2.0 is that 2.0 is faster.
In addition, depending on the 2.0 device, it's possible, though not guaranteed, that it'll work just fine with your 1.1 interface. The biggest invisible difference is that a USB 2.0 interface requires different hardware - hardware that is capable of the higher speeds that USB 2.0 supports.You can probably use a cable marked as 1.1 for many 2.0 devices.