Usb Controller Driver Not Found

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Usb Controller Driver Not Found
  1. Asmedia Asm104x Usb 3.0 Host Controller Driver Was Not Found

Nov 24, 2015  But my problem is not the ports dying, its that the ASUS driver cannot find the Asmedia USB host controller but the USB still works. But I think I might have solved the problem. Somebody on OCN said to let windows to the driver update. Asmedia USB Host Controller Was Not Found Hey guys. I seem to have a weird issue with the Asmedia USB Host Controller. The ports seem to work with the Intel USB 3 controller drivers but asmedia controller is nowhere to be found. I decided to move around my keyboard and mouse and disconnect everything else plugged into usb.

Usb Controller Driver Not Found

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Dear Silicon Labs
I have some issues trying to get my CP2105 to work with my Windows 7 64-bit. We use this chip on our development platform to translate serial TTL out to USB serial so we can debug our device easily on the PC.
In our previous generation, we used CP2102, that works great.
I downloaded the VCP Installer and ran the CP210xVCPInstaller_x64.exe, and that ran fine.
But when I plug the CP2105 to my USB port, it shows up as 'Other Devices' 'CP2105 Dual USB to UART Bridge Controller'.
Tried to manually update the driver by pointing to the CP210x_VCP_windows folder, says no driver found.
When I click on 'Details', under 'Hardware Ids' values, I see:
USBVID_10C4&PID_EA70&REV_0100
USBVID_10C4&PID_EA70
But those entries are not found in the slabvcp.inf file? is that why the driver does not install?
In the slabvcp.inf file, I see:
[SiLabs]
%USBVID_10C4&PID_EA60.DeviceDesc%=silabser.Dev, USBVID_10C4&PID_EA60
%USBVID_10C4&PID_EA70&Mi_00.DeviceDesc%=silabser.Dev, USBVID_10C4&PID_EA70&Mi_00
%USBVID_10C4&PID_EA70&Mi_01.DeviceDesc%=silabser.Dev, USBVID_10C4&PID_EA70&Mi_01
%USBVID_10C4&PID_EA71&Mi_00.DeviceDesc%=silabser.Dev, USBVID_10C4&PID_EA71&Mi_00
%USBVID_10C4&PID_EA71&Mi_01.DeviceDesc%=silabser.Dev, USBVID_10C4&PID_EA71&Mi_01
%USBVID_10C4&PID_EA71&Mi_02.DeviceDesc%=silabser.Dev, USBVID_10C4&PID_EA71&Mi_02
%USBVID_10C4&PID_EA71&Mi_03.DeviceDesc%=silabser.Dev, USBVID_10C4&PID_EA71&Mi_03
[SiLabs.NTamd64]
%USBVID_10C4&PID_EA60.DeviceDesc%=silabser.Dev, USBVID_10C4&PID_EA60
%USBVID_10C4&PID_EA70&Mi_00.DeviceDesc%=silabser.Dev, USBVID_10C4&PID_EA70&Mi_00
%USBVID_10C4&PID_EA70&Mi_01.DeviceDesc%=silabser.Dev, USBVID_10C4&PID_EA70&Mi_01
%USBVID_10C4&PID_EA71&Mi_00.DeviceDesc%=silabser.Dev, USBVID_10C4&PID_EA71&Mi_00
%USBVID_10C4&PID_EA71&Mi_01.DeviceDesc%=silabser.Dev, USBVID_10C4&PID_EA71&Mi_01
%USBVID_10C4&PID_EA71&Mi_02.DeviceDesc%=silabser.Dev, USBVID_10C4&PID_EA71&Mi_02
%USBVID_10C4&PID_EA71&Mi_03.DeviceDesc%=silabser.Dev, USBVID_10C4&PID_EA71&Mi_03
Any idea what is going on for me? is this the issue?
Thanks.
john

  • Employee

    It sounds like it's only enumerating the base composite CP2105 device, and might be failing the interface enumeration for the COM port interfaces (MI_00 and MI_01). You should see two devices show up as 'uninstalled' in device manger, one per COM port and these are what you can associate with the driver. Windows should natively load the composite device.
    You can check how the device is enumerating with a Microsoft tool called UVCView. Please use this and post the output when you select the Silicon Labs CP2105 device.


  • Any idea what is going on for me ?

    Not much specific help, but I can confirm CP2105 drivers installed and worked ok in Win 8 64 bit Samsung Laptop.

  • Here it is...
    --->Device Information<---
    English product name: 'CP2105 Dual USB to UART Bridge Controller'
    ConnectionStatus:
    Current Config Value: 0x00 -> Device Bus Speed: Full
    Device Address: 0x01
    Open Pipes: 0
    *!*ERROR: No open pipes!
    >Device Descriptor<
    bLength: 0x12
    bDescriptorType: 0x01
    bcdUSB: 0x0200
    bDeviceClass: 0x00 -> This is an Interface Class Defined Device
    bDeviceSubClass: 0x00
    bDeviceProtocol: 0x00
    bMaxPacketSize0: 0x40 = (64) Bytes
    idVendor: 0x10C4 = Silicon Laboratories, Inc.
    idProduct: 0xEA70
    bcdDevice: 0x0100
    iManufacturer: 0x01
    English (United States) 'Silicon Labs'
    iProduct: 0x02
    English (United States) 'CP2105 Dual USB to UART Bridge Controller'
    iSerialNumber: 0x05
    English (United States) '002D82F4'
    bNumConfigurations: 0x01
    >Configuration Descriptor<
    bLength: 0x09
    bDescriptorType: 0x02
    wTotalLength: 0x0037 -> Validated
    bNumInterfaces: 0x02
    bConfigurationValue: 0x01
    iConfiguration: 0x00
    bmAttributes: 0x80 -> Bus Powered
    MaxPower: 0x32 = 100 mA
    >Interface Descriptor<
    bLength: 0x09
    bDescriptorType: 0x04
    bInterfaceNumber: 0x00
    bAlternateSetting: 0x00
    bNumEndpoints: 0x02
    bInterfaceClass: 0xFF -> Vendor Specific Device
    bInterfaceSubClass: 0x00
    *!*CAUTION: This appears to be an invalid bInterfaceSubClass
    bInterfaceProtocol: 0x00
    iInterface: 0x03
    English (United States) 'Enhanced Com Port'
    *!*ERROR: 0xFF is the prerelease USB Video Class ID
    >Endpoint Descriptor<
    bLength: 0x07
    bDescriptorType: 0x05
    bEndpointAddress: 0x81 -> Direction: IN - EndpointID: 1
    bmAttributes: 0x02 -> Bulk Transfer Type
    wMaxPacketSize: 0x0040 = 0x40 bytes
    bInterval: 0x00
    >Endpoint Descriptor<
    bLength: 0x07
    bDescriptorType: 0x05
    bEndpointAddress: 0x01 -> Direction: OUT - EndpointID: 1
    bmAttributes: 0x02 -> Bulk Transfer Type
    wMaxPacketSize: 0x0040 = 0x40 bytes
    bInterval: 0x00
    >Interface Descriptor<
    bLength: 0x09
    bDescriptorType: 0x04
    bInterfaceNumber: 0x01
    bAlternateSetting: 0x00
    bNumEndpoints: 0x02
    bInterfaceClass: 0xFF -> Vendor Specific Device
    bInterfaceSubClass: 0x00
    *!*CAUTION: This appears to be an invalid bInterfaceSubClass
    bInterfaceProtocol: 0x00
    iInterface: 0x04
    English (United States) 'Standard Com Port'
    *!*ERROR: 0xFF is the prerelease USB Video Class ID
    >Endpoint Descriptor<
    bLength: 0x07
    bDescriptorType: 0x05
    bEndpointAddress: 0x82 -> Direction: IN - EndpointID: 2
    bmAttributes: 0x02 -> Bulk Transfer Type
    wMaxPacketSize: 0x0020 = 0x20 bytes
    bInterval: 0x00
    >Endpoint Descriptor<
    bLength: 0x07
    bDescriptorType: 0x05
    bEndpointAddress: 0x02 -> Direction: OUT - EndpointID: 2
    bmAttributes: 0x02 -> Bulk Transfer Type
    wMaxPacketSize: 0x0020 = 0x20 bytes
    bInterval: 0x00
  • Employee

    It is showing that there are no open pipes, it's possible there is something wrong with the device. Even when the driver is not installed this should show 4, two bulk in and bulk out pipes for the COM ports.
    It appears that the composite device load is failing, which is a Windows thing. What you should see when a driver is not installed is a successfully installed USB Composite device under Universal Serial Bus Controllers and two unknown devices which are the two interfaces to the COM port.
    Does this device work on another computer? If you plug the device in behind a hub does it change the enumeration behavior in any way?

  • So after 3 month of digging around and trying to figure out what's going on, I finally found out what the problem is. Apparently, usb.inf and usb.PNF is missing from my Windows 7 installation. Not sure what happened or why that is? So I copied the 2 files from another person's computer to c:windowsinf, and poof, now everything magically works.
    Just a tip for those that are struggling...

  • Same problem here. Thank you, Walnutchen, for pointing out the solution. I'm wondering how these files disappeared.

Asmedia Asm104x Usb 3.0 Host Controller Driver Was Not Found

Ok, here's what's going on. Hopefully someone can help, because I'm kinda getting a little panicky atm.
I'm trying to work on someone's computer. I have been working with them for a few days through formatting & data recovery on their old pc, as well as set up of their new one. I should note I am doing this remotely, because I have no other choice in this case, & the user is about as basic as it gets. The computer is quite a few years old, and there have been some small upgrades to HDD several years back etc. Someone apparently built it for him so there was no discs of any kind with it, or so I'm emphatically told anyway. There was an error they were stuck on for months and couldn't get past it and the only way ultimately I was able to do anything with it was installing Windows XP Pro. Finally, its paperweight status was upgraded to useful, I recovered most of the most important data he'd lost & of course, another problem had to pop up.
There are no USB drivers listed in device manager. There are also no unknown devices. Actually, to correct myself there is one, but it is an audio device, which will be the next problem I'l have to fix.
I have NO idea where to even start. I encountered this problem only once before, on an older Dell, and although it was a pain in the neck, the disc it came with did fix it with a little coaxing, however in that case the controller was listed, but with a question mark. I wouldn't even know where to begin to figure out who makes the controller at this point, but even if I did, that seems like it would be more to solve the driver problem & until I get the computer to even acknowledge it has usb support at all that's kinda moot.
I know I can talk the person through checking to see if legacy USB support is enabled in the BIOS (a conversation I don't relish the thought of)
I also plan on having them check to see if by any chance it shows up in device manager in safe mode (not that I'm sure what I'd do from there)
Does anyone have any other ideas? I'm quite lost in the dark here & the person who was there who I could much better direct about checking things had to run to visit a terminally ill relative, so there is no telling when he'll be back there.
I kinda need to go severely minimalist with my directions to this guy, so I need hints as to what truly might fix it. Most people would be focusing on the new toy (laptop) by now, but he's still fussing over the old one so I really need to get it set.
I know this was a long post. I appreciate the time anyone spent reading it & any good ideas you might have!