38 downloads · Added on: Nov 28th, 2018 · Manufacturer: GIGABYTE

Key Features:

- Supports 6th Generation Intel Core Processor
- Dual Channel DDR3, 2 DIMMs
- Audio Noise Guard with High Quality Audio Capacitors
- Realtek GbE LAN with cFosSpeed Internet Accelerator Software
- APP Center Including EasyTune and Cloud Station Utilities
- Support Intel Small Business Basics 

This archive contains the files needed for installing Intel USB 3.0 driver. If it has been installed, updating (overwrite-installing) may fix problems, add new functions, or expand existing ones. Even though other OSes might be compatible as well, we do not recommend applying this release on platforms other than the ones specified.

Installation Instructions:

- Save and unzip the downloadable archive.
- Locate the hard drive directory where the driver files are stored with the browser or the explore feature of Windows.
- Double click the “Setup.exe” from this directory.
- The Install dialog will appear.
- Click “Next” to continue.
- Read License Agreement and click “Yes” to proceed.
- Review Readme File Information and click “Next” to proceed.
- When the “Setup Progress” is complete click “Next” to proceed.
- Lastly, the “Setup Complete” screen appears so click “Finish” to restart your computer.

VERIFYING INSTALLATION:

- Click "Start" then right click on "Computer" button and then click on properties.
- Click on the "Device Manager" selection on the left.
- Select "Universal Serial Bus controllers". The Intel USB 3.0 eXtensible Host Controller device and Intel USB 3.0 Root Hub device should be listed and not yellow banged. If not, the driver is not installed correctly.

IDENTIFYING VERSION NUMBER:

- Click "Start" then right click on "Computer" button and then click on properties.
- Click on the "Device Manager" selection on the left.
- Select "Universal Serial Bus controllers" then double click on the Intel USB 3.0 eXtensible Host Controller device or Intel USB 3.0 Root Hub device.
- Click on "Driver" tab and note the driver version.

UNINSTALLING:

- NOTE: This procedure assumes the above installation process was successful. This uninstallation procedure is specific only to the version of the driver and installation files included in this package.
- Click on the "Start" button, then click on the "Control Panel" icon, and then double click on "Programs and Features", right click on "Intel USB 3.0 eXtensible Host Controller Driver" and select "Uninstall" option
- Click "Next" to uninstall the driver.
- Click on "Finish" button to restart the computer.

About USB Drivers:

Windows operating systems automatically apply a generic driver that allows users to transfer files using the USB (Universal Serial Bus) port; however, installing the appropriate software can bring about significant changes.

If the proper USB software is installed, systems will benefit from improved compatibility with different devices, numerous fixes regarding USB issues, and various other changes that can increase transfer speed with external storage drives.

When it comes to the installation steps, simply check to make sure that the download record is compatible with your system characteristics, get the package, run the setup, and follow the on-screen instructions for a complete update.

Bear in mind that even though other OSes might be compatible, it would be best if you applied this package only on specified platforms. In addition to that, as technology evolves from one day to another, we recommended that you always use the latest software available.

That being said, click the download button, get and apply the present version and enjoy your newly updated system. Also, constantly check back with our website to find out when a new version is available.

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  CATEGORY:
C: \ Motherboard \ GIGABYTE
  COMPATIBLE WITH:
Windows 7 / 7 64 bit
  file size:
5 MB
  filename:
mb_driver_intel_usb3_100series_w7.zip

  It is highly recommended to always use the most recent driver version available.

Try to set a system restore point before installing a device driver. This will help if you installed an incorrect or mismatched driver.

Problems can arise when your hardware device is too old or not supported any longer.