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#151 RE: USB 3.0 Drivers (original and modded) by Fernando 25.08.2015 11:37

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@ 100PIER:
Thanks for your feedback.

Zitat von 100PIER im Beitrag #150
Seems an "OK" is missing after "select Trusted Roof certification Authorities" (en français 'Autorités de certification racines de confiance')
I will add the "Ok".

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I have had to do a "have disk" for the controller and the hub drivers update.

You always need to choose the "Have Disk" method, if you want to replace a newer in-box or WHQL certified driver by another one with an older date or lower version number.
The big advantage of the installation of a "mod & signed" driver is, that it can be done "on the fly" from within Win8.1/10 without the need to disable the "Driver Signature Enforcement" before doing it.

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I see no PCI bus and the third step was not done.

I don't know why.

#152 RE: USB 3.0 Drivers (original and modded) by Gab_Arito 25.08.2015 17:54

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Zitat von Fernando im Beitrag #147

Notes:
  • As promised I am now offering at least 2 different modded Intel USB 3.0 driver versions (v3.0.5.69 and v4.0.0.36) with a digital signature.
    You can find a short guide about the import of the certificate within the start post. Please give me a feedback, whether the digital signature works for you or not!
  • To make the manual installation of the 3 different Intel USB 3.0 drivers (for the Controller, the Hub and the Switch devices) as easy as possible for you, I have put them into seperate subfolders with a meaningful name.

Good luck with these freshly signed modded Intel USB 3.0 drivers!
Fernando


Is this update above applies to XP drivers too? Or it just fixes digital signatures and certificates?
Is USB 3.0 drivers for XP still unavailable?

Thanks

#153 RE: USB 3.0 Drivers (original and modded) by 100PIER 25.08.2015 18:09

@Fernando,
Here are screenshots.
I don't understand why we see "no numerical signature".
And why under W10 x64 the concept of "PCI bus" does no longer exist compared to the same hardware running W7 x64.
[[File:Intel_USB3_mod & signed_update_1.PNG|none|auto]]
[[File:Intel_USB3_mod & signed_update_Ctrlr.PNG|none|auto]]
[[File:Intel_USB3_mod & signed_update_Ctrlr_details.PNG|none|auto]]
[[File:Intel_USB3_mod & signed_update_Hub.PNG|none|auto]]
[[File:Intel_USB3_mod & signed_update_Hub_Details.PNG|none|auto]]
[[File:Intel_USB3_mod & signed_update_No_PCI_Bus_1.PNG|none|auto]]
[[File:Intel_USB3_mod & signed_update_No_PCI_Bus_2.PNG|none|auto]]

#154 RE: USB 3.0 Drivers (original and modded) by Fernando 25.08.2015 18:43

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Zitat von Gab_Arito im Beitrag #152
Is this update above applies to XP drivers too? Or it just fixes digital signatures and certificates?
The answer can be read within the start post of this thread:

Zitat von Fernando
These modded, but digitally signed drivers can be installed with all Windows Operating Systems from Win7 up (incl. Win8.1/10) and are suitable for Intel 7-9 Series Chipset Systems.

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Is USB 3.0 drivers for XP still unavailable?

Yes!


Zitat von 100PIER im Beitrag #153
I don't understand why we see "no numerical signature".
You may not have told your OS, that the diital signature done by "Win-RAID CA" is trustworthy.

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And why under W10 x64 the concept of "PCI bus" does no longer exist compared to the same hardware running W7 x64.

You should better ask Intel or Microsoft than me.

#155 RE: USB 3.0 Drivers (original and modded) by eroder 25.08.2015 21:32

Will you start collecting USB 3.1 drivers as well? Am getting my Z170 mobo next week. I will also have the answer to the question of 2x Samsung NVMe's in raid0 then.
Thanx for all the hard work. Do you have a "donate" link? Some greens for beer money on the way to you.

#156 RE: USB 3.0 Drivers (original and modded) by Fernando 25.08.2015 21:45

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Zitat von eroder im Beitrag #155
Will you start collecting USB 3.1 drivers as well?
Not in the near future, because all systems with an USB 3.1 Controller are natively supported by the vendor's driver.

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I will also have the answer to the question of 2x Samsung NVMe's in raid0 then.

Please let me know, whether and - if applicable - how it works.

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Do you have a "donate" link?

A donation button is on the bottom of each Forum page.

#157 RE: USB 3.0 Drivers (original and modded) by eroder 25.08.2015 21:59

Me blind. To much beer already....Some greens on the way. Currently on 4 forums who all want that answer. MMMMmmmmm who gets the news first??? I think Win-RAID gets it first because they actually work to make sure all the latest drivers/oroms/bioses are available and their "how to" manuals are the best.

#158 RE: USB 3.0 Drivers (original and modded) by Fernando 26.08.2015 00:31

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Zitat von eroder im Beitrag #157
Some greens on the way.
Thanks in advance!

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Currently on 4 forums who all want that answer. MMMMmmmmm who gets the news first???

I smell the answer already: They have created a Software RAID0 with 2 M.2 SSDs from within Windows!

#159 RE: USB 3.0 Drivers (original and modded) by 100PIER 26.08.2015 16:17

@Fernando,
I have installed back the W10 x64 native MS drivers because with Intel Dev 3.0xx or Dev 4.0xx signed-modded drivers some USB 3 key such as STT when plugged in any USB 3.0 port produces an immediate crashes (blue screen) of W10 x64 machine.
When using MS drivers I get no crash...
By the way why two branches of drivers ?

#160 RE: USB 3.0 Drivers (original and modded) by Fernando 26.08.2015 16:46

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Zitat von 100PIER im Beitrag #159
By the way why two branches of drivers ?
Obviously Intel is currently working simultaneously on 2 different development branches. I don't know why.

#161 RE: USB 3.0 Drivers (original and modded) by fates13 26.08.2015 22:50

Hey Fernando, I'm having issues with USB 3.0 on my ASROCK Z77 Extreme4. On Windows 7, the USB 3.0 speeds were normal at around 100-150mb/s. I tried Windows 8 and the speeds dropped to 20mb/s. I switched back to Windows 7 but now I'm on Windows 10 and the speeds for USB 3.0 are back to 20-23mb/s write. I tried installing both the v3 and v4 modded drivers and the speeds are still at 20-23mb/s. Any clue what could be going on? This is what it looks like with the v4 drivers right now:

#162 RE: USB 3.0 Drivers (original and modded) by 100PIER 27.08.2015 00:21

@fates13
I have observed the same kind of poor performance of USB 3.0 key running at a level of USB 2.0 performance on a P8Z77 W10 machine.
this is clearly a driver issue somewhere with W10 machine.
I got the problems with MS native drivers.
Trying to use V3 or V4 produces other kinds of problems..

#163 RE: USB 3.0 Drivers (original and modded) by Fernando 27.08.2015 00:57

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Zitat von fates13 im Beitrag #161
On Windows 7, the USB 3.0 speeds were normal at around 100-150mb/s. I tried Windows 8 and the speeds dropped to 20mb/s. I switched back to Windows 7 but now I'm on Windows 10 and the speeds for USB 3.0 are back to 20-23mb/s write. Any clue what could be going on?
Not really. We probably have to wait until the next big Win10 update, which shall come in October this year.

#164 RE: USB 3.0 Drivers (original and modded) by fates13 27.08.2015 01:07

Zitat von 100PIER im Beitrag #162
@fates13
I have observed the same kind of poor performance of USB 3.0 key running at a level of USB 2.0 performance on a P8Z77 W10 machine.
this is clearly a driver issue somewhere with W10 machine.
I got the problems with MS native drivers.
Trying to use V3 or V4 produces other kinds of problems..
@100PIER
This has been an issue since Windows 8. Since they still haven't fixed the issue it seems like the fix will never come directly from Microsoft or ASUS. Might have to go back to Windows 7.

#165 RE: USB 3.0 Drivers (original and modded) by 100PIER 27.08.2015 10:46

USB 3.0 is really 'complexe'...

I noted that if you migrate from W7 to W10 , Microsoft let in place some hidden specific (proprietary such as Super Talent) USB 3.0 drivers in place.
When plug in the USB 3.0 key in a USB 3.0 port you get an immediate blue screen.
When plug in the USB 3.0 key in a USB 2.0 port you don't get the BSOD and you can check on Device Manager Control panel the 'hidden' specific drivers are alive. These drivers are not W10 compatible.
You should carefully uninstall each one (controller, and hub), reboot, and then use the native Microsoft USB 3.0 drivers.

If you use a fresh W10 you don't get this kind of problems because only MS native are used.

If you want to replace the native MS USB 3.0 drivers with Intel v3.0 or v4.0 branch this is another story...

For instance if you try to update MS native drivers on a X99 machine to a v3.0 or v4.0 you kill the USB 2.0 drivers at the same time and you lost the keyboard and mouse...

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