I’ve tried the latest drivers from Gigabyte’s website and looking for other versions of the inf. I appreciate your patience. Join Date Mar Everything seems to work I’m not sure about the speed yet. I have the chip on the MB. Damn card had a Renesas chipset on it, and I spent at least an hour searching for current drivers.

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I’ve found the Intel reworked drivers solved weird behaviour on both Asus 6-series and Gigabyte 8-series boards. My giagbyte are crossed for you that it brings peace at last. If the Linux drivers are better than the Windows ones I could move that card to a Linux system I’ve tried both of the posted drivers and there’s been no joy at all.

Anecdotally and crucially, sorry I forgot to mention that the one that worked just with drivers was a Linux box an older version of Mint.

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The key will generate errors, sometimes when running portable apps I’ll get a reported Floating Point error come up as the application running off the key crashes. Originally Posted by Mark Phelps. The terms of the software license agreement included with any software you download will control your use of the software. Intel or its suppliers may make changes to the Software, or to items referenced therein, at any time and without notice, but is not obligated to support or update the Software.


Device manager says all is working normally. It started after I had shut it down for Everything seems to work I’m not sure about the speed yet. The problem is, who do you really fault? My last VAIO went two and a half years without any major issues. So far what I tried: A port it seems, powered by said hub. I’ve heard of people being fine when installing Renesas drivers found from another board, but these match the number of your Renesas chip so I’d try this one first if the link works.

I have now updated my chipset drivers to Intel’s Windows 8 version. You may not reverse engineer, decompile, or disassemble the Software. I am only a volunteer helping users on the forums.

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Your comments have been sent. Originally Posted by Mark Phelps In my case, the firmware download had only one.

It is highly recommended to always use the most recent driver version available. The only thing is, I can’t find any drivers for this chip, so I’m not sure what the solution will be. As I Google for this problem, it seems very common, and everyone says the NEC drivers for the first gen add-on boards rrnesas crap and don’t work on Win7 x Microsoft USB 3.


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I have been very disappointed in USB3. The problem may be lack of Flex IO ports if the PCH is configured to use the maximum possible USB config, or there may be another contended resource, and a hub like the Renesas one probably seems like a good idea then.

If you need a notebook, I have no problems recommending Toshiba. Any translation of this Agreement is provided for convenience only and shall not be used in the interpretation or construction of this Agreement and shall not be binding on the parties. Don’t get me started on PCI-e lanes and product segmentation.