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    • PeterK has written a new post "USB 3.0/3.1 Drivers (original and modded)" 04.20.2017

      Zitat von e.v.o im Beitrag #975
      Seems like a problem with your system not with the drivers. Try reverting to the stock drivers that come with Windows. If that doesn't help i would suggest it's a wrong BIOS setting?

      Please read my post #970 more carefully again, e.v.o.

      I've tried all the USB3 BIOS settings already: "Enabled" and "Disabled" are unusable, "Auto" and "Smart Auto" are both doing only half of the job. There is no setting that enables my USB devices all the time for BIOS+DOS usage and also under Windows. Then I thought that Intel should know their system (J2900 chipset) maybe a little better than Microsoft, and so I tried Fernando's modded Win7 drivers. The installation was simple and successful, but my USB mouse and keyboard did not switch on at all, not even after unplugging and reconnecting them. Finally, I reverted to the previously installed stock Windows drivers and my mouse and keyboard appeared back to life immediately.

      @Fernando
      I found this message (shortened) in the event log:

      [ Name] Microsoft-Windows-Kernel-PnP
      [ Guid] {9C205A39-1250-487D-ABD7-E831C6290539}
      EventID 411
      Version 0
      Level 2
      Task 0
      Opcode 0
      Keywords 0x4000000000000000
      - EventData
      DeviceInstanceId PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_0F35&SUBSYS_0F351849&REV_0E\3&11583659&0&A0
      DriverName usbxhci.inf
      ClassGuid {36FC9E60-C465-11CF-8056-444553540000}
      ServiceName USBXHCI
      LowerFilters
      UpperFilters
      Problem 0x15 <====== ??
      Status 0x0

      But there were no yellow warning signs in the device manager for the intel drivers.

      Screenshots of the Intel and Microsoft USB devices:
      [[File:Intel USB 3.0 problem.png|none|auto]][[File:Intel USB 3.0 problem_Pic2.png|none|auto]]

      EDIT by Fernando: I have put the event log details into a "spoiler" (to save space) and attached the screenshots by using the Forum software (for a better visibility)

    • PeterK has written a new post "USB 3.0/3.1 Drivers (original and modded)" 04.20.2017

      Many Thanks to Fernando for making these Intel Win7 drivers available for Windows 10!

      My system is an ASRock Q2900 (Intel J2900, DEV_0F35) with Windows 10 Pro 64 bit Creators Update 15063.138 installed. (No UEFI used)

      My problem with the Microsoft drivers for the Intel USB ports is, that I can either use my USB devices (like mouse and keyboard) for accessing the BIOS and when using MSDOS or FreeDOS drivers (when the BIOS setting is "Auto") but not in the Windows boot manager or on the Windows desktop until I start a script with "DevCon Rescan" - or I can set the BIOS to "Smart Auto" and then it works under Windows but no more in the BIOS or with DOS.

      My hope was that your modded Intel drivers could fix this problem and I won't need my selfmade script with "Devcon Rescan" any longer to activate my USB devices under Windows. So I installed your certificates and your drivers and rebooted. But unfortunately, the mouse and the keyboard were not activated for the boot manager nor for the Windows desktop or by my script with "DevCon Rescan".

      With a PS/2 keyboard I opened the device manager and found there 3 of your devices properly installed and activated but the USB mouse and keyboard were still not working. I've reverted to the previous installed Microsoft drivers then and the USB devices were activated immediately without a reboot. What can I do to solve this problem?

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