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[10.9] Intel USB3 only detects device if plugged in before boot


Best Answer jamiethemorris, 01 December 2013 - 01:22 PM

Are you using genericusbxhci? If so, make sure you have the latest version of it, and put this in the kernel flags: gux_defer_usb2 -gux_no_idle Go to the full post


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i have a USB 3.0 Hi Speed and USB 3.0 SuperSpeed Bus showing, if i boot up with a device plugged in such as flash drive, it shows up and i can access it, but if i plug it in after boot time, or unplug and re-insert, the device ever shows up again.

 

if i plug it into the other ports, its fine.

 

i've tried the genericUSB driver too, and its the same. USBFix=Yes doesn't solve it.

 

i have an H77 chipset, its an intel USB3 controller.

 

is this a problem across the board or do certain edits need to be made?

 



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Are you using genericusbxhci? If so, make sure you have the latest version of it, and put this in the kernel flags: gux_defer_usb2 -gux_no_idle
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Thank you!

 

-gux_no_idle solved it.

 

I had not heard of these two flags before, I will read up on them.



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I found them on the genericusbxhci sourceforge page. I had the same problem as you and that fixed it.





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