I bought a new computer and installed Windows 7. As I see and understand I have USB 3.0 drivers already installed. When I tried to install from Intel, I got a message that I already have newer drivers installed.
I have in my computer case:
- 1 front USB 3.0 port
- 2 back USB 3.0 ports
1) When I connect my USB flash drive (USB 3.0) to the front port it says "USB 3.0 This device can perform faster. This USB Mass Storage Device can transfer information faster if you connect it to a Super-Speed USB 3.0 port". Why? It is a 3.0 port.
2) The second problem is when I connect the USB flash drive (without even transfer files) to the back ports, it for some reason makes the keyboard reception weaker and then the keyboard works only when I get closer. When I pull out the USB drive it works like magic from far away.