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post #11 of 26
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its only happened one time, but I have not fixed that USBPORT.SYS or that exe problem.
hasnt happened yet.
post #12 of 26
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Originally Posted by faction87 View Post

its only happened one time, but I have not fixed that USBPORT.SYS or that exe problem.
hasnt happened yet.
when you did sfc /scannow was it able to repair the errors or what is the message you got?
you've reinstalled the usb drivers correct? the .exe problem could be coming from corrupted system files, that's why Im asking if the sfc repaired.
post #13 of 26
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said it couldnt repair some of them.. I did not reinstall the usb 3 drivers, I got Intel USB 3.0 eXtensible Host controller driver installed 11/24/2015, should I use a different driver?
post #14 of 26
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said it couldnt repair some of them.. I did not reinstall the usb 3 drivers, I got Intel USB 3.0 eXtensible Host controller driver installed 11/24/2015, should I use a different driver?

I would use the latest updated version directly from your manufacturers website.
You're definitely going to want to find the sfc /scannow log file in %windir%\logs\cbs\cbs.log and see what exactly is corrupted. Might be a few files or might be many. At least this way you can figure out the most convenient method to repair or replace those files. For the usbport.sys I'm not sure, but if you can get rid of the ntoskernel.exe errors it'll be 1 less issue.
Edited by alphabet - 2/9/16 at 6:11pm
post #15 of 26
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Yeah, Lol the CBS file crashed it was so big when I tried to open it , like 440Mb or so ! but it did open and I can post it iono how to or what best method is on here to do that. would i just plug in USB i used to install and Repair or?
post #16 of 26
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Yeah, Lol the CBS file crashed it was so big when I tried to open it , like 440Mb or so ! but it did open and I can post it iono how to or what best method is on here to do that. would i just plug in USB i used to install and Repair or?
yeah 440mb is a bit big to post here biggrin.gif it's also going to take quite a bit uploading to a file sharing service
if you open in ms word or a similar program you can take the string of non-damaged files and replace all with a space and shrink that file, I can't remember if all errors are at the bottom or if it is spread out and displayed in the order of the files it scanned. Being that big file and many results might make this complicated but you can also search for the cannot repair and see how many results it shows.

for usb you're going to want to do more than that, give it a real uninstall, a reboot, and then install the drivers again. If you can single out the usb in device manager you can right click properties, drivers tab, then select uninstall as well as the checkbox for deleting the driver software for device. Not sure if you use ccleaner or revo uninstaller but you can uninstall the driver software through that or control panel. the goal is just to remove all those files and get them installed with fresh ones to see if it has any effect on the error
Edited by alphabet - 2/9/16 at 6:30pm
post #17 of 26
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I uninstalled that usb 3 driver through Control panel, and I looked at devices and theres the Generic USB Hub, 2 USB composite device,2 USB Root Hub. Now I can install the gigabyte usb 3.0 drivers right? I installed them and Plugged my USB 3 Ext drive to my front panel and its saying it can perfrom faster if I plug it into a usb 3 drive..
Edited by faction87 - 2/9/16 at 6:37pm
post #18 of 26
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I uninstalled that usb 3 driver through Control panel, and I looked at devices and theres the Generic USB Hub, 2 USB composite device,2 USB Root Hub. Now I can install the gigabyte usb 3.0 drivers right? I installed them and Plugged my USB 3 Ext drive to my front panel and its saying it can perfrom faster if I plug it into a usb 3 drive..
If you uninstalled, make sure you don't plug in the new device (I'm not sure if your settings have windows automatically searching the WU for drivers on new devices - control panel, system, advanced system settings, hardware, and device installation settings.). After that uninstall give your computer a restart then install the gigabyte drivers. More than likely those front usb header are 2.0 so the message is fine, if you were to plug them into a usb 3.0 it should function if the drivers are installed.

Check the event viewer again to see if the usb error remains, it it does then I am of no use to you frown.gif hopefully others can give some insight and we can google-fu in the meantime.
post #19 of 26
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Ok, I didnt do that I uninstalled the old ones , restarted then installed new gigabyte ones, the Front Panel Has 2 USB 3 ( I know because they are blue) and 2 USB 2.0 ports so it should be working but it isnt.

How do i view the errors in event viewer?
Edited by faction87 - 2/9/16 at 7:24pm
post #20 of 26
I've read over the tread a few times the best thing to for your situation is to a restore to your earliest point or at leat a few days. If this does not resolve the issues you are having then clear the driver's that are showing conflict insure you purge all files for them including the ones stored in the windows files. Once completed a restart will be need then check to make sure the devices are showing in device manager as either unknown or conflict then double check to see that drivers are gone from appropriate folders. Reinstall the base driver from disc if you received one if not then from main site. If this does not clear the issues and you do not have a restore I would recommend switching to win 10...just turn the poo its clogged with off.
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