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QuestionUSB3 port: Programmatically force it to operate in USB2 mode Pin
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Yes, I know it will switch to USB 2 mode with a USB 2 device. We need to avoid an operator having to plug the device into a USB 3 port, and then moving it to a USB 2 port, as they can be lazy, or make mistakes. We need the switching to be automatic and fast, and some form of switchable hub that connects to USB 2 and USB 3 ports on the PC may be the answer.
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