Windows 10 requires no drivers to support USB 3.0; support for USB 3.0 is built into Windows 10.
There are a number of things that can cause the system to unexpectedly wake from the sleep state. Wake packets on the LAN are the most common source of wake events. Events from mouse and keyboard devices that are connected via USB. Consumer I/R (CIR), if enabled and a receiver is connected, can awaken the system when keys are pressed on TV remotes, etc.
What you need to do is disable those sources that you do not want waking your system. For LAN, you do this from the Properties panel for the Network Adapter device drivers (run the Device Manager Control Panel applet to access these). There is usually a Power Management tab that has entries for Wake on LAN event types (disable all that are enabled). For CIR and USB, you can usually configure the settings from within your BIOS. Since this is a Gigabyte board, I cannot comment on how this is presented in BIOS Setup; you will have to figure that out yourself...
Hope this helps,
A note of caution to members - I avoid these driver download sites like the plague. You never know what you are downloading and what payload it carries.
I have not downloaded.
There is a guide how to do it.
It is strange that he is not here.
I repeat: there are no Intel-provided USB 3.0 drivers for Windows 10. I would not go near this download...
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Please bear in mind that USB3.0 drivers for Windows® 10 64 bit are not available for download. They are included on the windows setup as part of the installation package.