What is ASMedia controller?
ASMedia ASM3242 is a Universal Serial Bus xHCI host controller, bridging PCI Express to USB3. 2 20Gbps, compliant with USB3. 2 Specification Revision 1.0 and Intel eXtensible Host Controller Interface specification revision 1.1.
What is Asmedia ASM1061 controller?
ASM1061. Engaged in High Speed I/O solution development, Asmedia Technology is committed to enlarging product portfolio with introducing PCI Express Products. The ASM1061, x1 PCI Express to two ports of Serial ATA, enables Serial ATA PHY up to 6Gbps high speed interface, following Serial ATA Revision 3.0 specification.
What is USB xHCI compliant host controller?
eXtensible Host Controller Interface (xHCI) is a computer interface specification that defines a register-level description of a host controller for Universal Serial Bus (USB), which is capable of interfacing with USB 1.
Does Windows 10 have xHCI support?
If your Motherboard has an xHCI setting in BIOS and you want the USB Ports to function as USB 3.0 in Windows 10, set your xHCI hand off to enabled. You may need a driver from the manufacturer. This is turning over control of the port from BIOS to OS.
What is a SATA controller?
A SATA controller (serial ATA controller) is a hardware interface that connects a hard drive to a computer’s motherboard and manages or directs the flow of data.
How do I enable xHCI?
How do I enable xHCI in BIOS? To support universal serial bus (USB) 3.0 in operating systems, set the extensible host controller interface (xHCI) XHCI Hand-off option to enabled. Access this setting from the BIOS setup screen, select the Advanced tab, then select USB Configuration.
Should I enable EHCI hand off?
Well today i found something incredible. I realized that by enabling xhci/ehci hand-off you are essentially bypassing or disabling your motherboard’s usb controllers for windows’ software controllers. If you have windows 7 or above, you need to disable handoff for faster input, and not only that, better polling rate.
What is SATA driver?
Serial Advanced Technology Attachment, also known as Serial ATA or SATA, enables mass storage devices, such as hard drives and optical drives, to communicate with the motherboard using a high-speed serial cable over two pairs of conductors.
How do I change my SATA to BIOS Asus?
Press the F2 key at the Sun logo screen to enter the BIOS Setup menu. In the BIOS Utility dialog, select Advanced -> IDE Configuration. The IDE Configuration menu is displayed. In the IDE Configuration menu, select Configure SATA as and press Enter.