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Your motherboard does not have any EHCI (USB 2.0) controllers. Intel decided to give those up with the 100-series chipsets. So you have only XHCI (USB 3.0) which Windows 7 knows nothing about. The only reason why you are able to boot to Windows 7 Installation on USB Key is because your PC's BIOS is emulating a hard-drive/CD-ROM from it! Neat trick, but it ...


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You are sheer out of luck. The USB ports on this NUC are strictly USB3 only. There is no way you can run a USB2 device from these ports. It is a hardware issue. Software/drivers can't fix this. (The utility you mention does something else: It modifies a Windows 7 installation image to include the USB3 drivers that are normally not present in Windows 7. ...


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It's NTFS so OSX by default can't write to the device - even to erase it. You'll need to format it into another file system (e.g., FAT32, exFAT, OSX Journaled, or find a beta of Mac's new APFS file system). You can also try to install an NTFS tool for OSX like NTFS For Mac.


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Try DS4Windows. It contains the drivers you'll need and give you a lot of other options.



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