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#136 RE: USB 3.0 Drivers (original and modded) by Fernando 14.08.2015 10:52

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Zitat von Gab_Arito im Beitrag #134
I missed something?
Other mistake?
I don't know.
Since you didn't even get the USB 3.0 Controller driver properly installed (there was still a yellow flag), I suspect, that it is impossible to get these modded drivers to work with Windows XP.
Thanks for having done the tests.

Zitat von scpxc2 im Beitrag #135
My plan failed, it simply reinstalled the in-box drivers after a shutdown, and when I tried to update driver, said already using better drivers.
You will always get this message, when you try to replace an original driver by an older or a modded one.
You have to force the installation by using the "Have Disk" button!

#137 RE: USB 3.0 Drivers (original and modded) by 100PIER 15.08.2015 21:57

Zitat von 100PIER im Beitrag #123
I have succeed to install USB 3.0 v4.0.0.36 modded to replace the native W10 MS 1.0 driver.
Performances are now as expected. This demonstrate that native driver MS 1.0 driver is very bad because working at a USB 2.0 level performance.. not really more.
The Setting procedure to "Disable Driver Signature Enforcement" is quite more complex (may be depending of W10 version).
For a W10 x64 Home Edition the path is:
settings->update/security->recovery->advanced startup->restart now->reboot->repair->advanced option->settings to change windows startup->start->select F7 key->W10 is now up with the "disable driver signature enforcement" feature and then we can modify the driver(s) via the classic "have disk" method (ignoring again the Red warning message).


@Fernando
NOTA:
I succeed the update from USB 3.0 MS native driver to the modded USB driver only for my P8Z77 W10 platform.
On the Asus Sabertooth x99 platform the process stops during the "have disk" operation and this operation seems to destroy the keyboard/mouse driver and so i get no longer the hand !!
So, i have had to reinstall a last (AOEMI) backuped image and uses the MS USB 3.0 native driver at the moment.
Do you see why this conflict ?

#138 RE: USB 3.0 Drivers (original and modded) by Fernando 16.08.2015 21:52

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Zitat von 100PIER im Beitrag #137
On the Asus Sabertooth x99 platform the process stops during the "have disk" operation and this operation seems to destroy the keyboard/mouse driver and so i get no longer the hand !! So, i have had to reinstall a last (AOEMI) backuped image and uses the MS USB 3.0 native driver at the moment.
Do you see why this conflict ?
Not really.Which DeviceID has the on-board Intel USB 3.0 Controller of your X99 system?

#139 RE: USB 3.0 Drivers (original and modded) by 100PIER 17.08.2015 18:50

@Fernando
Here are some screenshots to help to understand the Intel USB 3.0 modded update problem.






#140 RE: USB 3.0 Drivers (original and modded) by Fernando 17.08.2015 22:33

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@ 100PIER:

Thanks for your screenshots.
As soon as I have the needed time, I will think about your problem and a possible solution.

#141 RE: USB 3.0 Drivers (original and modded) by zt3 23.08.2015 00:32

Hello, Fernando.

I decided to give a try on your modded drivers for Intel. I installed the "Intel(R) USB 3.0 eXtensible Host Controller Driver" pointing to the iusb3xhc.inf. Although i don't see the other two: "Intel(R) USB 3.0 Hub Driver and "Intel(R) USB 3.0 Host Controller Switch Driver". I see that you mention that the last one is only for someone who have a switch connected so no problem, i guess.

The only "Hub" that i have on Device Manager is two "Generic Hub" and two "USB Root Hub".



Can you clarify me on this one?

#142 RE: USB 3.0 Drivers (original and modded) by Fernando 23.08.2015 01:43

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Zitat von zt3 im Beitrag #141
The only "Hub" that i have on Device Manager is two "Generic Hub" and two "USB Root Hub".
Can you clarify me on this one?
I am not sure, but I think, that the "Generic Hub" devices belong to the USB 2.0 Controller, whereas the "USB Root Hub" are the ones you are searching for.
To be sure about that, I recommend to check the in-use driver of the related devices (right click onto them > "Properties" > "Driver" > "Driver Details) to find out, which ones are managed by the MS USB 3.0 driver named usbhub3.sys.
Alternatively you may open the file named usbhub3.inf, which should be within the Windows\Inf directory, and look for the names, which were given to the related devices.

#143 RE: USB 3.0 Drivers (original and modded) by zt3 23.08.2015 02:06

Thanks for the explanation, i indeed saw the iusb3hub.sys through the driver details.

Now and if i may ask, why did you digital signed the 3.0 drivers but not the 4.0? Plus, do you use these drivers or you stick with the Windows defaults?

#144 RE: USB 3.0 Drivers (original and modded) by Fernando 23.08.2015 02:35

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@ zt3:
First of all I want to thank you for your guide about how to successfully import the certificate of my digital signature. Your contribution was a big help for the users of this Forum.

Zitat von zt3 im Beitrag #143
Now and if i may ask, why did you digital signed the 3.0 drivers but not the 4.0?
I have stopped to digitally sign the modded drivers some months ago, because several users gave me the feedback, that it was impossible to successfully import the certificate. Now - after having read your interesting report and useful guide how to do it - it seems, that they have done the import of the certificate the wrong way.
As a consequence of your contribution I will add as soon as possible a digital signature to all modded drivers, which I am offering within this Forum.

Zitat
Plus, do you use these drivers or you stick with the Windows defaults?

Since I have recently switched from Win8.1 to Win10, I am currently using the generic MS USB 3.0 driver, but I am planning to try the Intel driver in the near future.

#145 RE: USB 3.0 Drivers (original and modded) by zt3 23.08.2015 03:18

That's great! Glad that i could help and i'm the one who needs to thank you for all the amazing information you keep on this forum.

In the past i always had the Microsoft defaults too, but i was curious to try these for a while now. I tried the version 3.0 and it worked good, decided to try also de 4.0 but had to disable the Driver Signature Enforcement to install them. I have a 7 Series system so i don't know if there's some downside of using them but since you added support for the vendor ID's i guess we're good. (using them at the moment and so far so good)

#146 RE: USB 3.0 Drivers (original and modded) by e.v.o 23.08.2015 03:33

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Zitat von Fernando im Beitrag #144
As a consequence of your contribution I will add as soon as possible a digital signature to all modded drivers, which I am offering within this Forum.

#147 RE: USB 3.0 Drivers (original and modded) by Fernando 25.08.2015 00:48

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@ all:

Update of the Start Post

Changelog:

  • new: 32/64bit Intel USB 3.0 Drivers v4.0.0.36 mod & signed by Fernando
  • removed: 32/64bit Intel USB 3.0 Drivers v4.0.0.36 mod by Fernando


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

#148 RE: USB 3.0 Drivers (original and modded) by scpxc2 25.08.2015 01:02

^ Thank you, will try this when I get a chance.

#149 RE: USB 3.0 Drivers (original and modded) by ezy 25.08.2015 04:44

Thanks Fernando for the last version.

I just downloaded and installed them following your guide and no problems, working as intended.

#150 RE: USB 3.0 Drivers (original and modded) by 100PIER 25.08.2015 11:10

@Fernando
I have done the update to 'modded and signed' Intel v4.0 branch the USB 3.0 driver on P8Z77-V deluxe running W10 x64.
I followed your guide to import successfully the certificate for each one .cat you provided in your package.
Seems an "OK" is missing after "select Trusted Roof certification Authorities" (en français 'Autorités de certification racines de confiance')
However, panel control device manager found "no signature".
I have had to do a "have disk" for the controller and the hub drivers update.
I see no PCI bus and the third step was not done.
Here is a bench result.

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