Why not define the USB flash drive in yellow sockets?


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The essence of the problem. On the back of the computer there are two yellow USB socket. Included in any of them stick. Appears unknown USB device. Put the logs for the USB flash drive is determined. Recoverable flash drive, no matter correct or not. Insert the flash drive. Appears unknown USB device. Put glove for USB flash drive again determined. And so every time the flash drive to pull out and insert again, it is not defined until you reset the firewood. Black USB jacks, everything works perfect. The type of flash drives is not affected.
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two yellow USB socket
We can assume that it is USB 3.0. But all USB 3.0 that you had to see was a plastic blue, not yellow. So it is highly desirable to clarify what kind of USB is.
But let's say that it's really 3.0. As you know, 3.0 is exactly the same signal line 2 as in 2.0 (backwards compatible with 2.0), and added 4 more lines providing ten times greater data transfer speed. Serve them a separate controller, which requires a separate driver. In my practice there were cases when wtyczka USB 3.0 worked fine with flash 3.0, and refused to work with flash 2.0 - obviously, there in the controller is the part that is responsible for 3.0, was faulty and responsible for 2.0 is dead.
Your case seems the opposite - serviceable 2.0 and 3.0 - no. Try to put the drivers on a USB 3.0 - will not be worse, falling 2.0 driver may stop.
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