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Hello Shellcrash, we regret to know that you are experiencing problems with the USB3.0 support in your computer. Based on your feedback it is evident that there is a serious problem at the operating system, driver, or hardware level.
- If the USB3.0 worked fine before, most of the time by running a system restore you can get it back, but in your case, I'm afraid that is not possible since you disabled that feature.
- It is normal to get the error "your device can perform faster when attached to a super speed port" when connecting an USB3.0 device into a regular USB1.5 or 2.0 port, but if you get it when using an USB3.0 port then the service for this technology has been degraded.
- Trying a driver from our web site could be helpful but when doing it with OEM computers, they not necessary work since most of the time the OEM manufacturers modify the hardware, possibly this is the reason of the BSODs when you try our driver.
- The best recommendation is always trying drivers from the OEM manufacturer, in this case Hewlett-Packard. If that doesn't work and the BIOS update didn't help, the only recommendations to try are:
- Reinstalling Windows from scratch
- Sending your computer back to Hewlett-Packard for service.