Hi everyone, this is my first post around here. I was looking around for sites with driver support, and I found this one looking through Google. Anyway, here's my problem. I'm running Vista compilation 5840 (I got compilation 5600 through the MSDN Academic Alliance program, but some programs wouldn't work with it, so I downloaded this one) and I wanted to try ReadyBoost with one of my pendrives. On compilation 5600, I installed the WinXP USB 2.0 drivers you can find on http://www.biostar.com.tw/. The problem is, that my specific motherboard has around 5 or 6 variations (U8668D Pro, U8668D V1, etc) and it's difficult for me to figure out the specific model I have (I tried using Everest Home Edition, but it reports my MB as the wrong one. I think it's the one I have listed, because it's the only one that lets me use C-Media's driver.) I downloaded the drivers, "installed them" (I don't know if the installer worked or not, because the .exe file is a self-decompressing RAR) but I can't figure out if my ports are working as 2.0, or normal. When I plug my pendrive in, ReadyBoost says that "this device does not meet the required characteristics for use in speeding up my system", and I know that it worked once; only I can't remember how I got it to work... Is there any way to find out if my Vista install is actually using the 2.0 drivers, or measure the speeds of the ports so I can know if they're working properly? Thanks in advance for any reply, and sorry for the long read.