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Windows 7: How to add USB 3.0 drivers to Windows 7 iso

09 Dec 2018   #1
dragustelian

Microsoft Windows 10 Pro 64-bit 17134 Multiprocessor Free
 
 
How to add USB 3.0 drivers to Windows 7 iso

When installing Windows 7 DVD my mouse and keyboard are disabled.
I need help to add USB 3.0 drivers onto a Windows 7 installation iso image.


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09 Dec 2018   #2
Paul Black

7 HP SP1 64-bit Vista HB SP2 32-bit Linux Mint 18.3
 
 

Hi dragustelian,

Welcome to SevenForums!

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by dragustelian View Post
When installing Windows 7 DVD my mouse and keyboard are disabled.
I need help to add USB 3.0 drivers onto a Windows 7 installation iso image.
There are two options available to achieve this.

The first is to use DISM++, and the second is to use the utility 7UPDATER [written by SIW2]. Both are discussed in detail here => Update your Win 7 installation media.

I hope this helps!
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10 Dec 2018   #3
dragustelian

Microsoft Windows 10 Pro 64-bit 17134 Multiprocessor Free
 
 

Hi Paul!
Thanks for the answer, I followed all the steps in the tutorial Here is how to get your installation media up to date.
I used 7Updater.
I have inserted the USB 3.0 driver into the Drivers/Bootx64 folder and in Updates/Bootx64 I have introduced the Nvme-hotfixx64 folder.
Everything went well, the mouse and keyboard were detected by windows 7, but after restart when the installation reached the page where the user name and the computer name must be entered, the mouse and the keyboard have not been detected, so I was unable to install windows 7 .
Be nice, what do I have to do next?
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10 Dec 2018   #4
Paul Black

7 HP SP1 64-bit Vista HB SP2 32-bit Linux Mint 18.3
 
 

Hi dragustelian,

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by dragustelian View Post
I have inserted the USB 3.0 driver into the Drivers/Bootx64 folder and in Updates/Bootx64 I have introduced the Nvme-hotfixx64 folder.
I think you need to put the USB 3.0 driver into the Drivers Bootx64 and Drivers Installx64!
What do you mean you introduced the Nvme-hotfixx64 folder?
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10 Dec 2018   #5
F22 Simpilot

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

I know what you are trying to do now is slipstream the USB 3.0 driver to the installation media, but allow me to share what I did myself.

When I built my computer that also has USB 3.0 ports, and even USB 2.0 ports, non of the ports worked once I installed Windows 7. So what I did was burn the USB 3.0 driver to CD on my laptop and used a PS/2 mouse (remember those old things?) to navigate to the CD drive and install the driver. After that I had the ability to use all USB ports.

Another option, and this is again if you have another computer like a laptop, is to remove the drive and connect it to your other computer with a USB to SATA port adapter. Then you can just copy/paste the driver onto the HDD and again use a PS/2 mouse and nav to that driver on the HDD and install.

I realize this is all archaic, but it does work. In the long run you are better off with slipstreaming the USB 3.0 driver into the installation media though I guess.
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12 Dec 2018   #6
dragustelian

Microsoft Windows 10 Pro 64-bit 17134 Multiprocessor Free
 
 
Still dead mouse and keyboard

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Paul Black View Post
Hi dragustelian,



I think you need to put the USB 3.0 driver into the Drivers Bootx64 and Drivers Installx64!
What do you mean you introduced the Nvme-hotfixx64 folder?

Ok Paul, I put de USB 3.0 driver into the Drivers/Bootx64 and Drivers/Installx, but still dead mouse and keyboard.
Let me ask you something, how do I now the USB 3.0 driver is the right driver for my ASUS laptop and right for Windows 7 Professional?
On ASUS website they don't give drivers only for Windows 10 (but not USB 3.0).
My laptop is ASUS FX503VD-E4082.
So, can you help me to find out what drivers I should put into iso image?
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12 Dec 2018   #7
F22 Simpilot

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

What is the make of the laptop? The model number.
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13 Dec 2018   #8
dragustelian

Microsoft Windows 10 Pro 64-bit 17134 Multiprocessor Free
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by F22 Simpilot View Post
What is the make of the laptop? The model number.
I hope this information is useful to you F22 Simpilot

Manufacturer ASUSTeK COMPUTER INC.
Model FX503VD (U3E1)
Version 1.0
Chipset Vendor Intel
Chipset Model Kaby Lake
Chipset Revision 05
Southbridge Vendor Intel
Southbridge Model HM175
Southbridge Revision 31
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13 Dec 2018   #9
Paul Black

7 HP SP1 64-bit Vista HB SP2 32-bit Linux Mint 18.3
 
 

Hi dragustelian,

Update System Specifications

Please update your system specifications in your UserCP > Edit System Spec setup. It will help us to help you!

This SevenForums tutorial [Published by Brink and written by CyberZeus] makes this task very easy and quick to do. Click here => System Info - See Your System Specs.

Thanks.
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13 Dec 2018   #10
dragustelian

Microsoft Windows 10 Pro 64-bit 17134 Multiprocessor Free
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Paul Black View Post
Hi dragustelian,

Update System Specifications

Please update your system specifications in your UserCP > Edit System Spec setup. It will help us to help you!

This SevenForums tutorial [Published by Brink and written by CyberZeus] makes this task very easy and quick to do. Click here => System Info - See Your System Specs.

Thanks.

I've updated laptop information
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