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#106 RE: USB 3.0 Drivers (original and modded) by Jest 24.07.2015 21:10

I found PNP0A08 before and its PCI Express Root Complex, Driver Name: machine.inf. But it doesnt not install driver and i dont want to force it until i'm 100% sure it will work.

#107 RE: USB 3.0 Drivers (original and modded) by Fernando 24.07.2015 21:35

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Zitat von Jest im Beitrag #106
I found PNP0A08 before and its PCI Express Root Complex, Driver Name: machine.inf.
Yes, that it a generic MS INF file. You can find it within the Windows\Inf folder and open it with Notepad.

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But it doesnt not install driver and i dont want to force it until i'm 100% sure it will work.

You should only install the Intel Switch driver, if you have already installed the other 2 Intel USB 3.0 drivers (for the Controller and the Hub devices).

#108 RE: USB 3.0 Drivers (original and modded) by Fernando 28.07.2015 20:42

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Update of the Start Post

Changelog:

  • new: 32/64bit ASMedia USB 3.0 Drivers v1.16.26.1 WHQL dated 06/03/2015 (with Win10 support)
  • new: ASMedia USB 3.0 Drivers & Software Set v1.16.26.1 WHQL dated 06/26/2015 (with Win10 support)

Thanks to Station-Drivers for having published the source package.

#109 RE: USB 3.0 Drivers (original and modded) by Fernando 06.08.2015 22:34

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Update of the Start Post

Changelog:

  • new: extracted 32/64bit Fresco Logic USB 3.0 Drivers v3.6.8.0 WHQL dated 07/30/2015 (with Win10 support)
  • new: Fresco Logic USB 3.0 Drivers & Software Set v3.6.8.0 WHQL dated 08/06/2015 (with Win10 support)

The complete Drivers & Software Set has been officially released today by Fresco Logic.

#110 RE: USB 3.0 Drivers (original and modded) by petr23 09.08.2015 16:17

Thanks a lot for the new Intel drivers! For some reason I couldn't install the v3 modded and signed drivers in W10 (using have disk, got error adding the driver to store), so I ended installing the v4 with disabled Driver Signature Enforcement.

#111 RE: USB 3.0 Drivers (original and modded) by Fernando 09.08.2015 22:59

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@ petr23:

Welcome at Win-RAID Forum and thanks for your feedback!

Regards
Dieter (alias Fernando)

#112 RE: USB 3.0 Drivers (original and modded) by 100PIER 11.08.2015 10:12

@Fernando
I have lot of poor performance (42 Mo/s and erratic) with USB 3.0 keys plugged in Intel port X99 (SabertoothX99) under a fresh installed W10 x64.
I see this:


Do i have to replace this driver with a v4 to try to fix the problem ?

Same USB 3.0 keys on ASMEDIA v 1.16.26.1 WHQL port gives expected performance (220 Mo/s).

#113 RE: USB 3.0 Drivers (original and modded) by Fernando 11.08.2015 11:12

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Zitat von 100PIER im Beitrag #112
I have lot of poor performance (42 Mo/s and erratic) with USB 3.0 keys plugged in Intel port X99 (SabertoothX99) under a fresh installed W10 x64.
Do i have to replace this driver with a v4 to try to fix the problem ?
You can try to replace the Win10 in-box MS USB 3.0 driver by the modded Intel USB 3.0 driver v4.0.0.36, but you have to disable the Driver Signature Enforcement before.

#114 RE: USB 3.0 Drivers (original and modded) by 100PIER 11.08.2015 20:45

I have tried to "disable driver signature" for my W10 PC using the method you describe, but did not succeed.
When hit "F7" during the reboot i get sub menus such as "diagnostic", "system start tool", "diagnostic" again and a final message such as "does not succeed to repair system".
When trying to "have disk" i got an 'unknown error' and of course the driver update is not done.

Finally how can we know clearly if the "driver signature enforcement" is "enable" or "disable" ?

#115 RE: USB 3.0 Drivers (original and modded) by Fernando 11.08.2015 21:32

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Zitat von 100PIER im Beitrag #114
I have tried to "disable driver signature" for my W10 PC using the method you describe, but did not succeed.
When hit "F7" during the reboot i get sub menus such as "diagnostic", "system start tool", "diagnostic" again and a final message such as "does not succeed to repair system".
Try this:
"Settings" > "Updates/Security" > "Recovery" > "Advanced startup" > "Restart now" > At reboot choose the option "Disable Driver Signature Enforcement" > Once the OS is up, install the modded driver from within the Device Manager by choosing the "Have Disk" method.

Zitat
Finally how can we know clearly if the "driver signature enforcement" is "enable" or "disable" ?

The "Driver Signature Enforcement" is permanently enabled while running Win10 (except you have used the related "Advanced startup" option immediately before).

#116 RE: USB 3.0 Drivers (original and modded) by Gab_Arito 12.08.2015 19:31

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Fernando.

I'm trying to install USB 3.0 XP drivers, modded by you.
But I'm not sure where to install those INF files, required by the Advanced Option "Have disk".

So, about this, I have some questions.
Below is my Device Manager:


If I choose "Generic USB Hub":


I receive this window, saying that device is already workig well:


If I choose "Add new hardware device", below is the way to install USB 3.0 driver, "with disk":






"Location has no information about your hardware"

So, how to install USB 3.0 driver?


(If you have problems to see pictures above, I'll reply this post attaching those pictures. I inform that, from here, with Firefox 40, I can see them.)

#117 RE: USB 3.0 Drivers (original and modded) by elninjo 12.08.2015 19:35

Zitat von Gab_Arito im Beitrag #116
If you have problems to see pictures above, I'll reply this post attaching those pictures. I inform that, from here, with Firefox 40, I can see them.
I cannot see them (neither with Microsoft's Edge nor with Google Chrome.
It is much better to attach the pictures by using the Forum software.

#118 RE: USB 3.0 Drivers (original and modded) by Fernando 12.08.2015 20:13

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Zitat von Gab_Arito im Beitrag #116
So, how to install USB 3.0 driver?
At first step you will have to find the USB 3.0 Controller and to update its driver.
It should be the first one (DeviceID DEV_8C31) of the red marked devices shown here:

Zitat
If you have problems to see pictures above, I'll reply this post attaching those pictures. I inform that, from here, with Firefox 40, I can see them.

Since I cannot see the pictures either, I have catched the picture of your Device Manager by editing your post, opening the source link from your hoster, worked on it by using MS Paint and attaching it to this post.

#119 RE: USB 3.0 Drivers (original and modded) by Gab_Arito 12.08.2015 23:56

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Zitat von elninjo im Beitrag #117
I cannot see them (neither with Microsoft's Edge nor with Google Chrome.
It is much better to attach the pictures by using the Forum software.


Zitat von Fernando im Beitrag #118
Since I cannot see the pictures either, I have catched the picture of your Device Manager by editing your post, opening the source link from your hoster, worked on it by using MS Paint and attaching it to this post.


Resending post and images:
____________________________________
Fernando.

I'm trying to install USB 3.0 XP drivers, modded by you.
But I'm not sure where to install those INF files, required by the Advanced Option "Have disk".

So, about this, I have some questions.
Below is my Device Manager:


If I choose "Generic USB Hub":


I receive this window, saying that device is already workig well:


If I choose "Add new hardware device", below is the way to install USB 3.0 driver, "with disk":






"Location has no information about your hardware"

So, how to install USB 3.0 driver?

#120 RE: USB 3.0 Drivers (original and modded) by Gab_Arito 12.08.2015 23:58

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Zitat von Fernando im Beitrag #118
At first step you will have to find the USB 3.0 Controller and to update its driver.
It should be the first one (DeviceID DEV_8C31) of the red marked devices shown here:


I'll work on it tomorrow again and return feedback.

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