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  • 15. Re: Can I replace the ethernet card on my Feb 2005 eMac?
    BDAqua Level 10 Level 10 (116,475 points)

    Just to double check...

     

    At the Apple Icon at top left>About this Mac, then click on More Info, then click on Hardware>USB, what is reported for that port & drive as far as speed?

  • 16. Re: Can I replace the ethernet card on my Feb 2005 eMac?
    Stephen Schulte1 Level 1 Level 1 (10 points)

    Well I see all this 12mb/sec stuff - which indicates USB 1.1 --- BUT then I go to my May 2010 MacBook Pro-13" and that definitely is USB 2.0 and yup, everything says speed:  12 mb/sec on my 2010 MBP as well! --- so I do believe my eMac is USB 2.0 as it says on the specs--  Here's a copy of System Profiler info for the 3 USB Ports on the eMac.

     

    Tomorrow I will see if the hama-guy replies.  I will also try to connect the USB2-ethernet adapter to my MBP (that shouldn't cause a probem, should it?)-- and test the speeds.

     

    USB Bus:

     

      Host Controller Location:          Built In USB

      Host Controller Driver:          AppleUSBOHCI

      PCI Device ID:          0x0035

      PCI Revision ID:          0x0043

      PCI Vendor ID:          0x1033

      Bus Number:          0x3b

     

    USB-MAC Controller:

     

      Product ID:          0x7832

      Vendor ID:          0x9710  (Moschip Semiconductor Technology)

      Version:          1.00

      Serial Number:          cd20434e

      Speed:          Up to 12 Mb/sec

      Manufacturer:          Moschip Semiconductor

      Location ID:          0x3b100000

      Current Available (mA):          500

      Current Required (mA):          500



    USB Bus:

     

      Host Controller Location:          Built In USB

      Host Controller Driver:          AppleUSBOHCI

      PCI Device ID:          0x0035

      PCI Revision ID:          0x0043

      PCI Vendor ID:          0x1033

      Bus Number:          0x1b

     

    USB-PS/2 Optical Mouse:

     

      Product ID:          0xc045

      Vendor ID:          0x046d  (Logitech Inc.)

      Version:          27.20

      Speed:          Up to 1.5 Mb/sec

      Manufacturer:          Logitech

      Location ID:          0x1b100000

      Current Available (mA):          500

      Current Required (mA):          98

     

     


    USB Bus:

     

      Host Controller Location:          Built In USB

      Host Controller Driver:          AppleUSBOHCI

      PCI Device ID:          0x003f

      PCI Revision ID:          0x0000

      PCI Vendor ID:          0x106b

      Bus Number:          0x1a

     

    Bluetooth USB Host Controller:

     

      Product ID:          0x8204

      Vendor ID:          0x05ac  (Apple Inc.)

      Version:          15.86

      Speed:          Up to 12 Mb/sec

      Manufacturer:          Apple Inc.

      Location ID:          0x1a100000

      Current Available (mA):          500

      Current Required (mA):          100

  • 17. Re: Can I replace the ethernet card on my Feb 2005 eMac?
    BDAqua Level 10 Level 10 (116,475 points)

    I'll have to check my eMac later tonight, but my G5...

     

    USB High-Speed Bus:

     

      Host Controller Location:    Built In USB

      Host Controller Driver:    AppleUSBEHCI

      PCI Device ID:    0x00e0

      PCI Revision ID:    0x0004

      PCI Vendor ID:    0x1033

      Bus Number:    0x4b

     

    USB Flash Disk:

     

      Version:    40.00

      Bus Power (mA):    500

      Speed:    Up to 480 Mb/sec

      Manufacturer:    BUFFALO

      Product ID:    0x0098

      Serial Number:    AB00000000209046

      Vendor ID:    0x0411

     

    And with a USB1.1 hub...

     

    USB Bus:

     

      Host Controller Location:    Built In USB

      Host Controller Driver:    AppleUSBOHCI

      PCI Device ID:    0x0035

      PCI Revision ID:    0x0043

      PCI Vendor ID:    0x1033

      Bus Number:    0x0b

     

    Bluetooth USB Host Controller:

     

      Version:    19.65

      Bus Power (mA):    500

      Speed:    Up to 12 Mb/sec

      Manufacturer:    Apple, Inc.

      Product ID:    0x8207

      Vendor ID:    0x05ac  (Apple Computer, Inc.)

     

    General Purpose USB Hub:

     

      Version:    1.00

      Bus Power (mA):    500

      Speed:    Up to 12 Mb/sec

      Product ID:    0x2077

      Vendor ID:    0x0451

     

    HL-4070CDW:

     

      Version:    1.00

      Bus Power (mA):    500

      Speed:    Up to 12 Mb/sec

      Manufacturer:    Brother

      Product ID:    0x0030

      Serial Number:    000F8J260707

      Vendor ID:    0x04f9

     

    DPCM-USB:

     

      Version:    1.00

      Bus Power (mA):    500

      Speed:    Up to 12 Mb/sec

      Manufacturer:    Microtech International, Inc

      Product ID:    0x0006

      Vendor ID:    0x07af

     

    USB Keyboard Hub:

     

      Version:    1.10

      Bus Power (mA):    500

      Speed:    Up to 12 Mb/sec

      Manufacturer:    ORTEK

      Product ID:    0x9836

      Vendor ID:    0x05a4

     

    USB-PS/2 Optical Mouse:

     

      Version:    27.30

      Bus Power (mA):    100

      Speed:    Up to 1.5 Mb/sec

      Manufacturer:    Logitech

      Product ID:    0xc045

      Vendor ID:    0x046d

     

    USB Keyboard Hub:

     

      Version:    1.10

      Bus Power (mA):    100

      Speed:    Up to 12 Mb/sec

      Manufacturer:    ORTEK

      Product ID:    0x9861

      Vendor ID:    0x05a4

     

    HP LaserJet 1200:

     

      Version:    1.00

      Bus Power (mA):    500

      Speed:    Up to 12 Mb/sec

      Manufacturer:    HewLett Packard

      Product ID:    0x0317

      Serial Number:    00XXXXXXXXXX

      Vendor ID:    0x03f0

  • 18. Re: Can I replace the ethernet card on my Feb 2005 eMac?
    Stephen Schulte1 Level 1 Level 1 (10 points)

    Hama wrote back saying that even with USB2 their fastest download speed is about 6 mbps.  They will come-out with a USB3 to ethernet adapter in March 2013 – but not yet sure of the download speeds possible.  That won't help my 8 year old eMac - but might be interesting for a future MBA purchase!  Not sure if the Apple USB to Ethernet adapter for the MB Air is USB3 or not…  Should be but… 

     

    OK so this post's question basically resolved.

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