How to Install USB 3.0 Drivers in Windows 11

Windows 11 usually installs USB 3.0 drivers by default. But if USB 3.0 devices aren't working, USB 3.0 drivers might be missing or corrupted. A new installation may solve the problem. Here's how to install USB 3.0 drivers in Windows 11.

How to Install USB 3.0 Drivers in Windows 11

  • Open the Windows Start menu and perform a Windows Search. Device Manager. Device Manager should appear as the first result. Select.
  • Expand the Universal Serial Bus Controllers category in Device Manager.
  • If it appears, right-click on USB Root Hub (USB 3.0) and then click Remove Device. If it does not appear, go to the next step. Some computers display more than one USB 3.0 hub. Remove each entry shown before continuing.
  • Uninstalling the USB Root Hub (USB 3.0) will cause all currently connected USB 3.0 devices to stop working.
  • Open the Action menu item in Device Manager and select Scan for hardware changes. Windows 11 will automatically search for devices including the USB Root Hub (USB 3.0) and install drivers. If successful, the USB Root Hub (USB 3.0) will reappear in Device Manager. If it doesn't appear, restart your PC.

How to Install USB 3.0 Drivers with Windows Update

The steps above will install USB 3.0 drivers on Windows 11 but will not update them. This could be a problem if your USB 3.0 drive is faulty. You can update drivers through Device Manager, but Windows Update is a better choice.

1.Open the Windows Start menu and select the Settings app.

2.Select Windows Update from the menu on the left.

3.Advanced options.

4.Select Optional updates.

5.Expand Driver updates and select the drivers shown. then tap Download and install. The download and installation may take some time, but you can continue to use your computer while this happens in the background.

Manually Installing USB 3.0 Drivers on Windows 11

The steps in this guide will install USB 3.0 drivers on most computers, but you may encounter problems if Windows 11 does not recognize the make and model of your computer. You will need to monitor the drivers and install them manually. Your PC manufacturer's support website usually provides these drivers. Support sites differ between manufacturers, so we can't provide step-by-step instructions. However, you'll usually need your computer's model number or serial number to search for it. 

This can be found on a sticker printed on your desktop or laptop. If drivers aren't available from your computer manufacturer, or if the computer is a custom build, you can try downloading drivers directly from the manufacturer of your computer's motherboard. Download and launch a Windows system information tool. Make a note of the motherboard manufacturer's make and model number, go to the manufacturer's support site, and look for the motherboard model number. This may direct you to USB drivers that you can download and install.

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