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Jun 12, 2017 · Run the Utility a) Download and unzip the Windows 7 USB 3.0 Creator utility to a temporary folder on the Admin system. b) Connect the USB device containing the Windows 7 image to the Admin system. How to Install Windows 7 with only USB 3.0 Ports – Code A

Jun 02, 2017 · The latest Windows 10 Creator update has an updated Intel USB 3.0 eXtensible Host Controller driver that conflicts with the ASMedia USB3.1 eXtensible Host Controller driver disabling the USB 3.1 ports. I discovered this problem months ago when I tried updating the 3.0 driver to the latest Intel USB 3.0 driver causing this problem. Installing fresh Windows 7 on HP all in one from USB - HP The question is, even using cloud recover create tool from HP and choose windows 7, the usb drive created for that purpose will be not in UEFI mode and if you try to boot using recover driver created with UEFI activated it will stop when you press F9 to change boot order and it will not allow to use that usb device has a boot UEFI device.

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Mouse and Keyboard Don't Work During Windows 7* Setup - Intel Note: The Windows USB Installation Tool for Windows 7 is a tool developed by Gigabyte Technology* to automate the manual steps of DISM. Instructions for the tool are at the Gigabyte Tech Daily blog. The link to this tool is provided as a courtesy to Intel customers. Intel doesn't provide support for this tool and can't help debug issues that might arise during its use. aGuide to Create a Windows 7* UEFI Installer 7. When Rufus is finished, follow the instructions in the “Installer_Creator_readme.pdf” that is in the “Win7-USB3.0-Creator-V[x]” folder, and Install Windows 7.

The USB 3.0 is supported by Windows 7 with the latest updates and service package installed. However, you will also need to consider to check your machine, if its hardware and BIOS is compatible with the USB 3.0. In the BIOS, there should be an option that will let your machine work with USB 3.0s.