Sign in with Twitter. I have the Corsair Carbide R series if that helps. Posted April 9, Everything except the USB3 is not working. Did you install the latest INF Chipset drivers too?
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Copyright c Tweak Gigbayte Pty Ltd. I tried this too. My Passport Essential with Gigabyte Motherboard us For now, do all testing on the back of the motherboard directly.
I had the same issue with my z68ap board, but now it works. Thanks for your time lsd: The Etron USB3 ports get detected without any problem but devices do not. We receive spam notifications and will take immediate action!
GA-Z68X-UD3H-B3 rev. 1.3 USB 3.0 controller not works in Windows 8
If a quick CMOS clear doesn’t help, you might want to try an extended one before removing everything from the gigsbyte. Sound and graphics work fine.
Did you install the latest INF Chipset drivers too? Register a new account. You also never answered my questions about graphics cards, are you using more than one? I also tried a USB3 flash drive, ga-z68x-ud3y-b3. I have the Corsair Carbide R series if that helps.
But ya go ahead and try a short clear first. I can see the light flickering on the external drive, but windows fails to detect it. Checked both front and back gx-z68x-ud3h-b3 of the mobo and the cabinet. Etron looks installed fine under device manager. Doesn’t recognize any device connected?
You need to be a member in order to leave a comment. If that gigbyte nor work, I know it will be a pain for you probably, but could you test out of the case and OFF the motherboard tray, just to be sure no shorts are causing this?
How many graphics cards are you using?
USB Gigabyte z68x-ud3h-b3 – OSx86 (Yosemite) – InsanelyMac Forum
Posted April 9, Any help would be appreciated!! Can you explain this part: Posted April 17, What USB stick are you using?
So if I understand you correctly, I should put the kext you shared in: Is there a strategy about transferring kexts from a working, official MacBook install of Yosemite? If so, go to one and see if that helps, if so then maybe we can sort it out via settings.
The ports show up on device manager.