I really don’t think my problem is with the Plugable hub, but I could sure use some help with this.
My USB3 ports were working fine on my Asus Sabretooth 990FX board until the moment I ran the Windows 10 upgrade (from Win7Pro).
NOTHING else was changed or added whether hardware or drivers etc. Nothing.
After the Win10 upgrade, I would plug in my USB3 thumb drive and it wouldn’t be recognized. So I ran the troubleshooter, and … nothing. I then plugged my USB3 thumb drive directly into the USB3 port on the motherboard and got the same results (i.e., nothing).
I then deleted the USB drivers and ran the Windows reinstall “best driver”, and all it did was to reinstall the same driver. Still no USB3.
When I swapped the Plugable hub from my motherboards USB3 port over to a standard USB port, then everything worked EXCEPT that it only worked at USB2 speeds. Not good when I routinely backup some large directories to my thumb drive.
I know that Win10 is sort of new, but am I the only one with this same issue?
The most obvious thing that comes to mind is that it’s a driver issue, but I’ve searched and searched and have found no help from Microsoft nor Asus.