How to Create A Usb 2.0 Device in Windows 10

USB 2.0 devices allow you to transfer data between two devices at a much faster rate than USB 1.1 devices, but they also come with a price. Older devices may not support the newer USB 2.0 standard and require an adapter to work. In addition, any device with a USB port that does not support USB 2.0 will not be able to read or write to the device. This tutorial will walk you through how to create a USB 2.0 device in Windows 10 and show you how to share files between your PC and other devices with no performance loss from the transfer speed increase due to using USB 2.0 over USB 1.1 ports.

USB 2.0 devices are not compatible with older USB 1.1-powered machines

One of the biggest issues with USB 2.0 devices is that older USB 1.1-powered machines may not be compatible with them, causing data transfer to slow down or halt entirely. This is because the newer USB 2.0 standard requires a higher voltage for power, and computers are unable to support these voltages as they do not have built-in hardware for it.

How to create a USB 2.0 device in Windows 10

STEP 1: Plug your USB 2.0 device into a USB 2.0 port on your computer.

STEP 2: Click the Start Menu and type “devmgmt. MSC” without quotes in the search bar to open Device Manager and click on View Devices by Connection to move to the list of available devices.

STEP 3: Right-click on the device you want to share files from, choose Properties from the menu, and then click on Sharing tab.

STEP 4: From the sharing tab, choose to Share this device using it to be created as a USB 2.0 device under the File Sharing section of Sharing Settings.

Sharing files between your PC and other devices without performance loss

To share files between your PC and other devices, you will need to add a device that supports USB 2.0 and then connect your PC to the device. Once connected, you’ll be able to create a folder on the computer that is shared with the other device. To share files, first, make sure you have an external hard drive or another device that supports USB 2.0, and then follow these steps:

1) Connect the external hard drive or another device with USB 2.0 support on your PC.

2) Right-click on Computer in the desktop’s left column and select Manage -> Device Manager

3) In Device Manager, expand Universal Serial Bus controllers, right-click on Microsoft OHCI Compliant Host Controller 1, and select Update Driver Software

4) Select Browse my computer for driver software from this location

5) Select Let me pick from a list of available drivers on my computer

6) Click Have Disk

7) Click Browse

8) Find the file usb20-win10x64\driver\usbccgp20cx64\DeviceSetup\DriverInstaller_Win10x64.exe

9) Right-click DriverInstaller_Win10x64.exe, select Run as Administrator, accept any warnings/prompts

10) Follow the prompts by selecting Install Driver Only

11) When it asks if you want to install just this driver or all drivers needed for this

What Is Windows 10?

Windows 10 is Microsoft’s latest operating system for their computers. It was released on July 29th, 2015 and is the successor to Windows 8.1.

The main selling point of Windows 10 is the integration of Cortana, Microsoft’s virtual assistant which can answer your questions and even order pizza for you. The new operating system has brought a lot of improvements over Windows 8.1 such as better security, an improved Start Menu, and support for DirectX 12 and other modern gaming technologies that are used for PC gaming.

One downside to Windows 10 is that it does not support old hardware from previous versions of the operating system; if your computer is running one of these older versions, upgrading to Windows 10 may be impossible or impossible to do without some extra work.

Download the latest insider preview build from Microsoft’s website.

7) Restart your machine

8) Connect the device to your computer with a USB cord

Connect a wire to your PC’s USB 3.0 port

7) Connect the other end of the wire to your device’s USB port

8) You should be able to see a message that says “Found New Hardware!”

9) Click on “Install Driver”

10) Select “Browse my computer for drivers automatically.”

Go to Device Manager and expand Universal Serial Bus controllers

To start, go to Device Manager and expand Universal Serial Bus controllers. You’ll see a list of devices that use the USB 3.0 standard.

1) Right-click on “Universal Serial Bus controllers”

2) Select Properties

3) Click on “Debugging”

4) Check the box next to “Enable this device for debugging.”

One way you can make a USB 3.0 device in Windows 10 is by right-clicking on Universal Serial Bus controllers, selecting Properties, clicking on Debugging, and then checking the box that says Enable this device for debugging.

Right-click on “USB Root Hub”

7) Click on “Update Driver”

8) Select “Browse my computer for driver software”

9) Choose the location of your driver

10) Check the box next to “Show compatible hardware”

11) Click “Next”

Select Properties

7) Click on “Power Management”

8) Check the box next to “Allow this device to wake up the computer.”

9) Click Apply.

10) Right-click on your USB device, click “Update Driver Software,” and select “Browse my Computer for driver software.”

11) Click on the option that says “Let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer.”

12) Select “USB 3.0 Root Hub” and click Next.

13) Windows 10 should automatically install the driver for you. If it doesn’t, click “Next” again and select “Install this driver software anyway.”

Check the box next to “Enable this device for debugging.”

7) Click “OK”

8) Right-click on “USB Root Hub” again

9) Select Properties

10) Click on “Debugging”

11) Check the box next to “Enable this device for debugging.”


This tutorial is a simple guide on how to make a USB 2.0 device in Windows 10. It is important to note that this tutorial is for Windows 10 insider preview builds only. There are a lot of devices that require USB 2.0, so if you’re not running this preview build, you’ll need to follow another tutorial.

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