All right my ASUS board did the same thing.
The ACS-6xxx will have to be hidden in Windows Updates. Otherwise it willl continue to install it messing up the right driver
Give me a couple of minutes.
This is drawn out but necessary. Go to Start> Control panel> Windows Update.
Then as in left picture click Change settings.
Then as in right picture change the drop down curtain to read as mine does. This will keep the ACS-6xxx from reinstalling after we get rid of it.
By the way you have no ACS brand hardware on your motherboard but neither do I.
That is step one.
Step 2 to come- deleting the ACS-6xxx drivers
unless you already know how to do that.
Go into Device manager find all the yellow caution ACS-6xxx right click on each ACS-6xxx individually and left click delete. Rid yourself of each one individually.
Then go to MSI and get the drivers for your board. I think this is the right mother board below but double check.
NEC USB3.0 Drivers Ver: 18.104.22.168 should be the right one. http://www.msi.com/index.php?func=do...1&prod_no=1977