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I tried a couple of other things, like grabbing an older PS/2 keyboard and connecting it via a PS/2 to USB adapter. It was at this point I decided to start Googling my problem, and low and behold I quickly discovered that Windows 7 does not have drivers for USB 3.0 built in.
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Open up your USB thumb drive that has your Windows 7 image on it and navigate to the Sources folder.
Move the “boot.wim” file and “install.wim” into your “USB3 Fix” folder we created earlier. (Click Start on Windows 7, or Windows Key Q on Windows 8, type in “cmd” and then right-click on the cmd application and choose Run as Administrator.) Once open, navigate to the USB3_Fix folder in the cmd shell, and type in the following commands in this order to update the file: It should look something like this Next, do the same thing to the “install.wim” file.
For me, I’m just installing Windows 7 Professional, so I’m only going to update that one.
After that command finishes, try mounting the wim that was giving you errors again and adding the drivers.To learn how to use Moonlight with VRidge - read about it in the We have implemented multi language support. Please follow this You will be prompted to install separate VRidge 2.0 application.Google Play will install the VRidge 2.0 App on your phone after your acceptance.In fact, it doesn’t even know what to do with those ports once the BIOS hands over control to the installer image.If your BIOS has an option to turn off USB 3.0, that is probably the easiest option.If you are unsure which drivers you need or have multiple computers, you can grab all of them.