When connecting a USB 2.0 device, Windows displays the following message:
Install a high speed USB host controller
This device will function at reduced speed if you do not have high-speed controller installed on your computer
The mass storage device is a USB broadband device, which operates at a reduced speed if it is connected to a port with reduced flow. There is no USB host controller broadband installed on this computer. You must add a high speed USB host controller on this computer to benefit from increased performance
This message indicates that the USB port on your computer is recognized as a USB 1.0 or 1.1 . However, many devices need to be connected to a high-speed port to work properly.
Identify the type of USB port
First, it is necessary to identify the type of USB port on this machine.
Open the Control Panel, double-click System, then the Hardware tab click "Device Manager".
Expand "Serial Bus Controller" (possibly also "USB Root Hub").
If the words "USB 2.0" or "advanced USB Controller" is specified, then it is USB 2.0. If "USB Standard" is started, then it's USB 1.0 or USB 1.1.
Another solution is to use a software: Everest or SIW: