I have a DELL Latitude E6540 with Win7/64. I also have a USB audio interface with its own control software. The device doesn't play nice with Win7's USB3 drivers. The control software can't communicate with it reliably. I've contacted the manufacturer and they suggested to disable USB3 alltogether. This worked. But, now I have USB3 completely disabled in the BIOS.
I have done some research and I am curious if it is possible to force the Intel USB 3.0 xHCI driver to use EHCI (USB2.0) for a specific port?
I found some information that makes me believe it is possible, but I am not finding anybody on the Windows side of things trying to do this. Mostly Linux users are doing this.
Can anyone help me? As I would very much like to keep USB 3.0 support for hard drives I have, but still be able to use this audio interface on one of my ports using the USB2.0 driver.
My laptop has 4 USB ports, but they are all "SS" USB3.0 capable.
Here is the info I found that eludes to this fact:
Edited by jonas914, 22 August 2014 - 10:13 AM.