Thanks for your reply.
Last version of BIOS installed 3 days ago.
USB Creaor already used for patching USB Flashed key.
Problem only visible in last installation step (when name of administrator account and network name of the computer is requested).
I think that USB Creator does not patch every place it should. Do you know how I could manually install the driver (I mean: copy the files in the proper directories, so the system could detect and recognize the USB3 during installation)?
Quick question, once the system reboots, it starts from the USB again or from the Operating System?
Please follow the attached document to manually install the USB 3.0 driver to the OS image. .
Very quick answer: Of course, the system boots from the disk/being installed OS (not from the USK key).
Will follow manual steps this evening (currently at the office). Will give you information later. Thanks for your help.
Great thanks, you have solved the problem.
I have checked that boot.wim was not correctly updated by USB Creator, in both index 1 and 2, but install.wim was not!
After having updated, it works correctly. I am now transferring the other driver with an USB key…
A ticket has been concurrently created and escalated by the ticket. Hope it will help.
Again, thanks a lot.
Jean-Dominique, Annecy, France, Europe, Earth, Sun system, Milky Way, Somewhere… :-)
Great.Thanks for your feedback.
I've been wondering what the solution might be for Windows Embedded 8.1
Tried the given solution with injecting the drivers via DISM (both the Graphical and Command Line interface) but no luck.
Still no sign of activity with my keyboard/mouse after installing Windows Embedded 8.1
Ant other suggestions?
I have not tested anything under Windows 8.1.
But the PDF document is explicitly told as "Working with Windows 7"...
Also, did you notice that you have multiple indexes when you mount the install.wim package? Are you sure you have injected the driver in the proper version?
I was aware of the explicit Windows 7 mention in the document, but was worth to give it a try
The boot.wim had 2 indexes, the install.wim only 1 (checked with dism). I've repeated the injecting of drivers for all 3.
The documentation we have about installing the operating system using 3.0 ports is related with Windows 7, I’m not sure about the Windows Embedded 8.1 but you can check the Intel® NUCs that support Windows Embedded 8.1 here: