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look at this scroll to the bottom its kinda a gimmick but i think its necessary http://www.gigabyte.com/microsite/102/data/mb-usb3.htm
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Originally Posted by Old Hippie View Post
I guess all USB3 ports aren't powered?
According to specification, USB3 can deliver more power than USB2. If it's not powered (or just not powered well), then it's not up to specification. Could it be a problem with the drive itself? Have you got any friends with USB3 motherboards/expansion cards?
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According to specification, USB3 can deliver more power than USB2. If it's not powered (or just not powered well), then it's not up to specification. Could it be a problem with the drive itself? Have you got any friends with USB3 motherboards/expansion cards?
I have one of those Asus U3S6 cards but I've never even loaded the USB3 drivers.

If I were the OP, I'd be removing anything on the SATA6 ports and plugging a USB drive in there to see if there's any power.

Looks like USB3 not only has more power but also have a "Super Power" mode that can power devices that normally took two USB2 ports IF that mode is avaliable....like in the Gigabyte ad.

BUT, since his drive was OK with a USB2 port I would think the USB3 port isn't powered or isn't working correctly.
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I have one of those Asus U3S6 cards but I've never even loaded the USB3 drivers.

If I were the OP, I'd be removing anything on the SATA6 ports and plugging a USB drive in there to see if there's any power.

Looks like USB3 not only has more power but also have a "Super Power" mode that can power devices that normally took two USB2 ports IF that mode is avaliable....like in the Gigabyte ad.

BUT, since his drive was OK with a USB2 port I would think the USB3 port isn't powered or isn't working correctly.
Unless I'm mistaken, don't USB2 things work out of his USB3 port too?
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Unless I'm mistaken, don't USB2 things work out of his USB3 port too?
Should be backwards compatable, so yes.

I can plug a USB2 flash drive into my USB3 ports but I get no power. I assumed that was because I have no drivers loaded for it but I dunno.......

Quote:
USB 3.0 receptacles are electrically compatible with USB 2.0 device plugs if they can physically match. Most combinations will work, but there are a few physical incompatibilities

Edited by Old Hippie - 11/22/10 at 7:35am
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OK, I loaded the drivers for my Asus USB3 card and it works just fine on my USB2 stuff.
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I have an RIIIF mobo and I am in the process of Troubleshooting an USB 3.0 MyBook Essentials drive and I noticed that when I overclock my RIIIF the drive does not work on USB 3.0 only on USB 2.0. During overclock, everything else works, like memory sticks or joysticks on the USB 3.0 ports except this drive. I need to copy 600 GB of data and in order to reduce time in half, I had to put my PC on stock, reset the bios and plug the goddamn MyBook Essentials Drive in the USB 3.0 ports. Guess what? It works without a hitch ...Why is this happening?

What happens with the USB 3.0 ports when I overclock?? The drive does not get enough power??
 
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Had the same problem on Rampage3Extreme with usb 3.0 western digital external hdd.
I went into Windows hardware monitor, right-clicked on usb 3.0 host (whatever your device is named there), and selected "Scan for hardware changes".
After that it immediately worked.
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Edit:
that wasn't enough though.
It wasn't recognizing the usb 3.0 HDD without me clicking "Scan for hardware changes" every singe time I connect it;
so I're read somewhere that I gotta uninstall it from device manager, and then click on scan.
So I've uninstalled (NOT the drivers from software menu, the device from device manager),
I had two of them there, one host and one hub, uninstalled both, it asekd for reboot, I did,
then after reboot I just clicked scan for hardware changes on both of them and now the it automatically recognizes hdd every time I plug it in.

EDIT:
SORRY I WAS WRONG AGAIN... AFTER REBOOT IT DOESN'T AUTO-RECOGNIZE AGAIN...

EDIT (after 2 days): and now I just plugged in and it works... well, I'm confused, but what's for sure I can say, that when it doesn't recognize the hdd, it is just enough to click the "Scan for hardware changes" in device manager.
Edited by Urik - 10/10/11 at 7:50am
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Try right clicking on the USB HUBS then click on PROPERTIES, then click on the POWER MANAGEMENT tab then uncheck the two boxs you will see.
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