We can look to see what drivers are installed. OK, this is a bit complicated but give it a go.
‘Start’ button -> Control Panel -> double-click ‘System’ -> select ‘Hardware’ tab -> click ‘Device Manager’ button.
In the list of hardware, at the bottom should be ‘Universal Serial Bus controllers’. Click the ‘+’ to expand it.
Look for a line that says something like ‘Intel PCI Universal Host Controller’. Right-click on this, and from the drop-down box, select ‘Properties’.
Click on ‘Driver’ tab, and click ‘Driver details…’ button. A list of files will appear. Look for one called ‘usbuhci.sys’, and if you have USB2.0 installed there will be another file called ‘usbehci.sys’. (Remember you are looking for a difference of only one letter; ‘u’ or ‘e’)