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Usb 3.0 Xhci Problem In Win7 X64 Isos

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arulanandkk1

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Hi Team,

I see that default MSDN's Windows 7 x64 Ultimate ISO don't contain USB 3.0 xHCI controller driver. But all Team OS ISO's have it preinstalled. There is some kind of problem in that driver which causes BSOD across all machines.

Steps to reproduce the issue:
1. Install Windows 7 x64 TEAM OS ISO (ex: https://www.teamos-hkrg.com/index.p...s-aug2018-usb3-0-pre-activated-team-os.64666/) in latest Virtualbox (I used Macbook)
2. After full installation is complete, turn off system
3. Open virtualbox settings, switch to USB 3.0 xHCI from USB 2.0
4. Turn on Windows - while loading BSOD will occur.

This happens only in your TEAM OS ISO and not in MSDN original images - as it has no 3.0 driver preinstalled.
I can manually download Intel xHCI 3.0 driver and installed it, and it work fine in the original image.
But, in your ISO installation, I can't uninstall the driver, and can't boot in safe mode too as safe mode loads that driver too.

Help needed:
1. Can you fix this driver issue?
2. Can you help me in removing the particular USB 3.0 xHCI controller driver from your ISO? I love your up to dat images, I don't wanna miss it, but this driver issue drives me mad.

Help!
 

arulanandkk1

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I am using this exact Iso atm. No problems whatsoever. I know it doesn't help, but maybe problem is your hardware.
This problem is specific to Virtualbox installations. I assume you installed this in physical machine.

i no this is no help at all either but im using this build right now and had no issues
This problem is in Virtualbox installations. I'm unsure if it is reproducible in physical machine installations but make sure you use 3.0 driver for your USB drive to replicate the issue.
 
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Mr. Spacely

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This problem is specific to Virtualbox installations. I assume you installed this in physical machine.
This problem is in Virtualbox installations. I'm unsure if it is reproducible in physical machine installations but make sure you use 3.0 driver for your USB drive to replicate the issue.
Yes. Physical install. Why would I/ you complain about a VM? Not an issue.
 

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Hi Team,

I see that default MSDN's Windows 7 x64 Ultimate ISO don't contain USB 3.0 xHCI controller driver. But all Team OS ISO's have it preinstalled. There is some kind of problem in that driver which causes BSOD across all machines.
not all. i repeat not all.

ur can check or download ur windows that dont have usb 3 driver in them.
if ur think the driver. ur can try intall ur usb 3.0 to replace that driver.
use ur usb 2.0. start the windows in safe mode. instal ur usb 3.0 driver.
i think with that, it have replace the windows usb 3.0 driver with the new one ur instal.
try switching ur usb again.
 

arulanandkk1

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not all. i repeat not all.

ur can check or download ur windows that dont have usb 3 driver in them.
if ur think the driver. ur can try intall ur usb 3.0 to replace that driver.
use ur usb 2.0. start the windows in safe mode. instal ur usb 3.0 driver.
i think with that, it have replace the windows usb 3.0 driver with the new one ur instal.
try switching ur usb again.
Yes, I agree some ISOs don't have 3.0 preinstalled.
When I boot Windows 7 with USB 2.0 controller in Virtualbox, USB 3.0 controller won't be present, and the installation of Intel USB 3.0 xHCI fails saying that the system does not meet the requirements. That is USB 3.0 controller isn't present.
When I switch to USB 3.0 controller, I can't even boot. Even in safe mode, xHCI 3.0 driver loads and causes BSOD.
 

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I'll need some time to download and have a look at it. Will be back.

@arulanandkk1
Ok, I can confirm under a windows host that 7 ult x64 aug2018 usb3 BSODs in VirtualBox.
I grabbed an MSDN enterprise x64 image and integrated all available usb3.x drivers(amd/asmedia/etron/fresco logic/intel/renesas/texas instruments/via) from win-raid forum into install.wim(windows), winre.wim(safe mode) and boot.wim(install PE, all indexes). The image i modified installed fine with the usb3 controller enabled in virtualbox. It also enters safe mode just fine. I should mention the teamos iso uses windows 10's boot.wim, a lot of people still don't realize this. Now, I don't exactly know why teamos' iso BSODs in VirtualBox and mine doesn't, I can't even make an educated guess. All i could suggest is you integrate the drivers you need(win-raid forum) and update the iso yourself(simplix update pack).
You can use any edition you want, it doesn't need to be Ent/Ult.
 
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Never tried on VM, I had the same Problem With the Same Build on My Computer.
Is there Any Fix For It? Bcz I love Team Os Build And I can't Install them on my Machin.
the build without USB 3.0 works fine.
 

arulanandkk1

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@shhnedo Alright, I'll try integrating it this week. Thanks for the response.

I'll need some time to download and have a look at it. Will be back.

@arulanandkk1
Ok, I can confirm under a windows host that 7 ult x64 aug2018 usb3 BSODs in VirtualBox.
I grabbed an MSDN enterprise x64 image and integrated all available usb3.x drivers(amd/asmedia/etron/fresco logic/intel/renesas/texas instruments/via) from win-raid forum into install.wim(windows), winre.wim(safe mode) and boot.wim(install PE, all indexes). The image i modified installed fine with the usb3 controller enabled in virtualbox. It also enters safe mode just fine. I should mention the teamos iso uses windows 10's boot.wim, a lot of people still don't realize this. Now, I don't exactly know why teamos' iso BSODs in VirtualBox and mine doesn't, I can't even make an educated guess. All i could suggest is you integrate the drivers you need(win-raid forum) and update the iso yourself(simplix update pack).
You can use any edition you want, it doesn't need to be Ent/Ult.
@The Rain FYI

Yes. Physical install. Why would I/ you complain about a VM? Not an issue.
It also happens in physical machine installations as per @Db_dev comment.
 
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