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Can a drive that supports USB 3.0 be converted to USB 2.0? [Solved]

Ask a question Frest1 3Posts Friday April 7, 2017Registration date April 12, 2017 Last seen - Last answered on Apr 12, 2017 at 12:37 PM by Frest1
I have Dish Network because I record movies on my Hard Drives. I have a problem that I need more Hard Drives. I'm finding it almost impossible to find a HD that supports USB 2.0. The parameters for the Dish Network is at least a Hard drive that has 2TB and uses USB 2.0. I cannot seem to find any Hard Drives that do this anymore. They all seem to support USB 3.0, which is incompatible to the Dish Network. My question is can a drive that supports USB 3.0 be converted to USB 2.0?
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My understanding is that any USB 3.0 drive is backward compatible to 2.0
Frest1 3Posts Friday April 7, 2017Registration date April 12, 2017 Last seen - Apr 12, 2017 at 12:37 PM
Thanks. I'll this.
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