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Driver details for your case might look different depending on what card and drivers you got.
Interestingly, some older USB 2.0 equipment, like Epson Perfection 2450 Photo scanner connected to USB 2.0 works fine with OEM drivers (at least on my computer ;-).For example, on in my case the driver was called ""NEC PCI to USB Enhanced Host Controller," and after updating to Microsoft Drivers it is now called ""NEC PCI to USB Enhanced Host Controller (B1)." That's right. To start updating the drivers, click on "Start" button, then right-mouse-click on "My Computer" and select "Manage" from the menu that opens.The Computer Management window will open, and then click on "Device Manager" in the left pane and expand the "Universal Serial Bus controllers" in the right pane The following screen snapshot shows the list of USB drivers before updating them - the selected USB driver is the one I had to start update for to get all of them updated: Double click on the driver to open driver properties, which will look something like the picture below: Note that this is really an OEM driver, not a Microsoft one.The wizard will find the new Microsoft USB 2.0 driver and will install it as the default driver on your computer.And that's all - you don't need to select any other USB driver in the Device Manager, all of them should be already updated.
Instructions provided on this page assume that: Original version of Windows XP came with support for USB 1.1 but not for USB 2.0.