VIA USB 3.0 Driver
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VIA USB 3.0 Driver
With the device connected, right-click the name of the device in Device Manager and select Uninstall.
After the name of the device is removed, disconnect the device and restart the computer. Try installing the device again per the manufacturer instructions. Device is not listed: VIA USB 3.0 the device is not listed at all, go to the next step. Uninstalling USB Root Hubs forces the system to reinstall the root hubs next time the computer is started. The Device Manager window opens. Double-click Universal Serial Bus VIA USB 3.0 to expand the list.
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Close Device Manager and restart the computer. If the USB VIA USB 3.0 that is having problems came with software and it was not previously installed, install the software now, following the manufacturer instructions. Reconnect the USB device that was having problems and test it to see if it works.
Disconnect the device and perform the following steps until the device is detected: Connect the device and wait VIA USB 3.0 seconds. If the device is not recognized, disconnect it and go to the next step.
The Power tab displays VIA USB 3.0 in USB 2. There is no Power tab in USB 3. Devices that are attached to the hub are shown, as well as the power that they require.
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If the total displayed power is over mA, remove the devices and VIA USB 3.0 a powered hub. If the total Power Required exceeds the Total power available for the hub, then remove a device on that hub to lower the Power Required number.
Remove high-speed USB cables that are over VIA USB 3.0 m 9. Only use high-speed cables shorter than 3m in length with high-speed USB devices multifunction printers, scanners, and cameras. There might be an issue with the USB port. Try connecting to a different USB port.
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If the USB device displays in Device Manager after connecting the cable to a different port, then uninstall and reinstall the USB device software driver. Consult the manufacturer of the device for support if the device still fails to display. To resolve this issue, disconnect the device, wait approximately 20 seconds, VIA USB 3.0 reconnect the device to cause the device to display in the Safely Remove Hardware window.
If the device still does not display in the Safely Remove Hardware window, then restart VIA USB 3.0 computer, and repeat this process. Memory card in a USB card reader: If the device is a memory card in a USB card reader, restarting the computer should correct the problem.
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Do not use the Safely Remove Hardware icon to remove a memory card. To remove a memory card, use Windows to eject the card by following these steps: Insert a memory card VIA USB 3.0 the light on the reader is not flashing. An Autoplay window displays. If it does not display, open the card using Window Explorer. The memory card has VIA USB 3.0 drive letter associated with it, just like a floppy drive, CD-ROM drive, or hard drive.
Use the memory card as you would use any other drive on the computer. For example, double-click VIA USB 3.0 memory card icon to open a new window showing the files on the CompactFlash card. When you have finished working VIA USB 3.0 the files on a memory card, right-click the memory card icon and select Eject.