I have a Jetway NF9E-Q77 motherboard which supports USB 3.0. An Intel driver is available to enabled USB 3.0 support in Windows 7.
Assuming the driver is installed, should xHCI hand-off be enabled or disabled in BIOS setup?
The BIOS manual says this:
Select Enabled for Operating Systems without XHCI hand-off support. The XHCI ownership change will be claimed by the XHCI driver. The settings are Enabled and Disabled.
I know Windows 7 doesn't natively support USB 3.0. That being the case, it seems the setting should be enabled.
On the other hand, the Intel driver enables USB 3.0 support in Windows 7. That being the case, it seems the setting should actually be disabled.
Which one is correct?