Are you sure it is an Intel® 7 Series/C216 Chipset and not an Intel® 8 Series Chipset?
This is the USB 3.0 driver for Intel® 8 Series Chipset: https://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?DwnldID=22824
You can also use the Intel® Driver Update Utility
Thank you very much for the response.
First off, I installed the Intel 8 Series driver and -- it worked!! So, problem solved.
However, I still don't have a way to actually see what my chipset is. I downloaded the Driver Update Utility, but it only lists Graphic drivers when I select automatic. When I select manual, I need to know the chipset in order to locate usb driver.
The Chipset software is not supported on 64-bit OS, which is the Windows 7 I am running.
Any other ways to determine chipset?
Thanks if you have the answer. Thanks anyway for solving the problem!
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You can expand IDE ATA/ATAPI or System Devices in Device Manager (Control Panel) or try the msinfo32 report (press Windows* key + R key, type “msinfo32”, press OK and then File, Export).
You are welcome!