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Identifying usb 3/2 ports on HP Desktop

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Pavilion Desktop
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Desktop details:

Model #: 550-029
Product #: L9L16AA#ABL
Serial #: [Personal Information Removed]
Software Build #: 15AM2RRA604#SABL#DABL
PCBRAND #: HP

 

Need to know which ports are usb3 and which are usb2 (with illustration)

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Hi,

 

All ports should have sumbols. USB 3.0 ports have SS symbol or blue. USB 2.0 ports have normal symbol or black.

 

On your machine, 2 USB ports at the front are USB 3.0 ports and at the back you have

 

Figure : Memphis2-S back I/O panel
Memphis2-S back I/O panel
  1. USB 2.0: 2
  2. LAN (Ethernet)
  3. VGA
  4. HDMI
  5. USB 3.0: 2
  6. Audio: Line in
  7. Audio: Line out
  8. Audio: Microphone

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BH
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Thanks for solving the problem, and that too so quickly. 

Neverthless, the illustration was somewhat vague as it should have shown the locations on back panel as a whole and not in 5 separate pictures which difficulty was overcome by using your advice that, "USB 3.0 ports have SS symbol or blue. USB 2.0 ports have normal symbol or black."

Regards and keep up the good samaritan work. 

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