By PURPLELEC | 01 December 2023 | 0 Comments
Reasons why the computer USB 3.0 root hub driver cannot be used
The reasons why the computer USB 3.0 root hub driver cannot be used may be due to the following reasons:
1. Driver issues: First make sure you are using the correct driver. If you download or install the wrong version or incompatible driver, the USB 3.0 root hub will not work properly. It is recommended to go to the official Intel website to download and install the latest version of the USB 3.0 root hub driver.
2. System compatibility issues: Some operating systems may not fully support USB 3.0 devices, resulting in the inability to properly recognize and use USB 3.0 root hubs. In this case, update the operating system to the latest version or try to test whether it works properly on another operating system with better compatibility.
3. Hardware failure: If the above two conditions have been eliminated and other devices can be connected to the computer normally, there may be a hardware failure in the USB 3.0 root hub itself. At this time, it is recommended to replace with a new USB 3.0 root hub to test whether the problem can be solved.
4. Other software conflicts: Sometimes other software installed on the computer (such as anti-virus software, firewalls, etc.) will conflict with the USB device driver, causing the USB device to not work properly. You can try disabling or uninstalling these software to rule out conflicts.
In short, if your computer cannot use the Intel USB 3.0 Root Hub driver, it is recommended to troubleshoot the problem one by one according to the above methods and take corresponding solutions according to the specific situation.
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