Depending on the device ID that you can get under Device Manager, double-click the item that needs the driver, select Details tab and with the drop-down select Hardware Ids, you should see something like this: Sorry, I posted too quickly. I thought that maybe the bus powered drives weren’t getting enough power, so I used a dual USB cable to get the power from 2 USB ports. Since the externally powered drives seem to be working, I think that somehow the driver is not allowing enough power to get to the ports. This one can be flashed on Windows. I have the same problem.
|Date Added:||24 December 2009|
|File Size:||45.88 Mb|
|Operating Systems:||Windows NT/2000/XP/2003/2003/7/8/10 MacOS 10/X|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
This one can be flashed via DOS. But under Windows 10, it started working only 3.0 my USB 3. The new Asmedia driver is not any better than the one that came with Windows In reply to sn0wdays’s post on February 18, The best place to find drivers for hardware is PCI database.
Replied on February 19, I use the drivers posted and have not found any issues so far. That didn’t seem to help. Depending on the device ID that you can get under Device Manager, double-click the item that needs the driver, select Details tab and with the drop-down select Hardware Ids, you should see something like uusb Can any one resolve this problem?
This thread is locked.
You can follow the question or vote as helpful, but you cannot reply to this thread. I first thought it was a bad hard drive, but I tried the drive out on several other machines and it works just fine.
Tech support scams are an industry-wide issue where scammers attempt to trick you into paying for unnecessary technical support services.
ASMedia USB 3.0 drivers for Windows
A few similar symptoms are analyzed and workarounds posted in the blog posted at the link below. As1m042 don’t get any indication of driver problems in Device Manager.
Its funny though, because the controller seems to work fine on the externally powered 3. The following link goes to driver 1. I found a different driver for the Asmedia controller. Been using the ASUS driver for windows 8. This one ueb be flashed on Windows.
Have you tried to update controller firmware? HGTan Replied on December 11, I upgraded the firmware to 1 first, then to point 2.
I have the same problem with the Nov built. Here are the links to drivers that work under windows 10 Pro.
Since the externally powered drives seem to be working, I think that somehow the driver is not allowing enough power to get to the ports. It worked for a little while, but now its dead again. Tell asm1402 about your experience with our site. I have the same problem.
ASMedia USB drivers for Windows
Sorry, I posted too quickly. Look up vendor, then device. Asm1024 of these same external disks worked just fine on this exact machine when it was running windows 7 Pro last week. At least two are available: In reply to Hydrology’s post on August 5, The externally powered disks were the Seagate Expansion 5TB Desktop class disks and these seem to work fine. The driver that comes with the final release is very buggy.