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Fix USB 3.0 Not Working Windows 7, 8, 8.1, & 10
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ข้อมูลเกี่ยวกับเรื่องintel usb 3.0 extensible host controller driver windows 10

แก้ไขพอร์ต USB 3.0 ที่ไม่ทำงานกับ Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1 และ Windows 10 แก้ไขแป้นพิมพ์และเมาส์ที่ไม่ทำงานกับดิสก์การติดตั้ง Windows 7, แผ่นดิสก์การติดตั้ง Windows 8, แผ่นดิสก์การติดตั้ง Windows 8.1 หรือแผ่นดิสก์การติดตั้ง Windows 10 การค้นหาไดรเวอร์ที่ถูกต้องสำหรับพอร์ต USB 3.0 สำหรับ Windows 7, 8, 8.1 และ 10

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Fix USB 3.0 Not Working Windows 7, 8, 8.1, & 10

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    If you are having problems getting your USB 3.0 ports working, you need to keep trying drivers.

    The driver you need can be found on either the manufacturer of you're PC's website, or it will be found on the manufacturer of your CPU's website.

    If your driver doesn't seem to be on any website, you can try the auto installation feature of Windows which is detailed here:

    One more solution that seems to be working is suggested by BeerBorn, and he said

    "Here's how I fixed my USB 3.0 ports when it all of a sudden stopped working. 1. Shut down the computer 2. After shutting down completely, go to back of your computer and unplug the power cord from the computer power supply. 3. Wait for about a minute to let the power supply de-energized itself. 4. Install the power cord back to the power supply and restart your computer. Hopefully it should get your USB 3.0 ports to work again."

    Perhaps this will help you as well, and thanks to BeerBorn for leaving that advice.

    If that doesn't work, feel free to comment and I will help you the best I can 🙂

  2. If the setup wizard fails (with the "your hardware doesn't meet the minimum requirements" error), close the error dialogue window and install from device manager.

    You will have to right click and manually locate the host controller driver from the download directory where the driver is located). You will have to drill down to either the x86 or x64 folder and locate the iusb3xhc.inf – as we want to install the USB 3.0 Extensible Host Controller driver.

    Tl;dr … essentially you will have to reboot (expect plugged in usb devices to freeze, i.e. the cursor will freeze while the system is enumerating the the new drivers).

    After rebooting, your USB 3.0 ports will work – but you will have the yellow-triangle error message in device manager .. which is a small price to pay for having working USB 3.0 ports that once were duds 😉

    Hope this helps, and if you have any questions or simply get stuck with my solution, just leave a question, and i'll try to help wherever possible.

  3. Nice video!

    If you're not the original owner of the PC with the sap issue, my guess would be that someone used the optical drive as a cup holder for a nice cup of coffee that contained sugar. At some point in time some of the coffee spilled out of the cup. I've seen this happen so many times with boomers, it's not even funny.

  4. Hello. My USB 3 recognise that I have plugged in an external HD and Elgato Capture card but it doesnt actually use them as USB 3. Is there any fix?

  5. If you've had the issue where you get a hardware error with a yellow warning on "Generic Superspeed USB hub" in device manager that makes you unplug and plug back in your rift cable to clear.. I found the solution:
    (This will likely apply to other USB devices as well.)

    .Go into your bios
    and find your USB settings menu.
    .Look for a setting that lets you switch between full initialization and partial initialization.
    .Switch this to partial initialization.

    Your rift or sensor USB's are doing this because they don't like being initialized during bootup.
    It may also be USB 2.0 legacy support kicking in when it shouldn't.

    If you don't have a bios setting like this,
    you may still have other options.
    If you don't mind losing all USB 2.0 device support with your USB 3.0 ports, you can turn off legacy support in
    all of the bios's I've seen. That may fix it too on a hunch, but I haven't confirmed it.
    You may also be able to solve this by turning off fast boot in some scenarios, because I could imagine this
    full initialization/partial initialization setting could be tied to that on less advanced motherboards.

    This has happened with two different motherboards for me so I figure it's somewhat common.
    I'm putting the solution here in this forum to archive it so it's somewhere that people can find on google if they need help with it.

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