I thought that it must do utility automatically:
but it make usb3-support only for pre-install - not for installed OS
i was try copy drivers to $WinPeDriver$, but it make blue screen after press install
but it will probably i have to do manually by your recommendations
ok, i will try today. thank u.
now i sure - i was rebuild install.wim and boot.wim
problem same. WinPE - works fine. after first level install (copy to local drive) - not work - and i cant continue
i use drivers from intel NUC5CPYH's page USB_3.0_Win7_64_184.108.40.206
what i can to do? i want install win7
all problem was about this:
and intel's util (which usb3 creator) don't check it!!!!!!!! its idiocy!!!!
just check that files in drivers folder not block by OS.
but yours util say: install.wim - ok, boot.wim - ok. BUT install.wim - NOT OK!!! he made only boot.wim (about install.wim just say, but not do - its lie).
u must include check this param in util, else - is mockery
Hello....new to the forum here.
First I would like to say thank you to Intel for keeping representatives available here to answer questions.
Like everyone else on the forum I am trying to solve problems, specifically mine is with a new NUC and loading Win7.
I have found documentation on the USB 3.0 and Win7 problem sparse and scattered. Have spent WAY too much time on this issue. No doubt Intel should have seen this issue and frustration for consumers ahead of time and offer CLEAR documentation with a CLEAR path to to reasonably work the issues. There is a half hearted attempt here with the tool to inject the drivers into the boot image.
Problem is...it doesn't work. I am using a Win10 machine, bootable usb flash drive, Win7 iso copied. Have tried different flash drives and several different images. All stall at some point in the process and do not complete.
Obviously the problem has been promised a resolution in this thread. Where is it?
BTW, I have seen the thread with directions to manually place the drivers into the image. What a PAIN.... and really what regular joe has the time to spend and learn to make all that happen when a simple tool should get the job done.
Sign me frustrated and sign Intel Ball Dropped.