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after i tried to implement newest USB 3.0 Driver via Windows Toolkit (WinToolkit_1.4.32) into the *.wim file (Windows 7 x64 Pro) I have a problem.

Windows Installation via WDS Server works well, but after sysprep and reboot the USB 3.0 Drivers have an exclamation mark in the device manager. And non USB port works anymore.


Whats wrong? Where is my mistake?


I use these drivers:

USB 3.0 Host Controller-Treiber Deutsch 7. Februar 2014


Motherboards several ASUS and Gigabyte H87 and B85 and Z87 Motherboards,... surely with intel USB 3.0 chipset

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Your driver is good, is the latest one. Try when integrating it via Win Toolkit to have that option in AIO checked (for usb drivers to also integrate into boot.wim).


And make sure you don't have another version of the Intel usb 3.0 driver integrated alongside it (only

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