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Old 10-04-2008, 07:34 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Has anyone gotten their 8310 to transfer data to a SDHC card faster than 1MB/s via USB? I just got a new Class 6 8GB SDHC card and can't seem to break the 1MB/s barrier. Specs for the 8310 say it has Hi-Speed USB, but I can't figure out how to enable it.

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the device is only USB 1.1. The 9000 and newer devices are USB 2.0
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u also have usb 2.0 on your cpu right?
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u also have usb 2.0 on your cpu right?
Correct.
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the device is only USB 1.1. The 9000 and newer devices are USB 2.0
Weak. Oh well, hopefully OS4.6 will be out soon for the 8310 so I can access the camera via JSR 135.
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the device is only USB 1.1. The 9000 and newer devices are USB 2.0
USB 1.1 is 11mbit.... was the prior user measuring mbit/sec or mbyte/sec ?
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I am guessing MB/sec rather than Mbit/sec. Transfering files is MUCH faster with a card reader on pre-bold devices.
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USB 1.1 is 11mbit.... was the prior user measuring mbit/sec or mbyte/sec ?
Capital B, so bytes/sec.
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means about 8Mb/sec give or take, well within the operating range on USB 1.1
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