Release_Note_xHCI-DR-WIN.txt Driver File Contents (nec_usb3_vx7_mb.zip)

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 Release Note                                                October.7.2010
 
 Renesas Electronics uPD720200 & uPD720200A
 USB 3.0 Host Controller Driver Kit (x86 and x64)
 for Windows XP, VISTA, 7 and Server 2008 Release 2
 
 Kit Version : 2.0.26.0 : October 7th, 2010
 Copyright (C) Renesas Electronics Corporation 2010 All Rights Reserved
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NOTE1:
 This installer package is generated with the InstallShield2010 SP1.
 If the previous driver package(v0.X.X.X , v1.0.1.0 or v1.0.7.0) is installed,
 Please uninstall the previous driver package and install new package.

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Table of Contents
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1. Release Files
2. Command Line Options
3. History
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1. Release Files
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Date        Time         Size   File Name                Version
--EXE(Installer Package)
 2010/10/07 11:47      9057KB   RENESAS-USB3-Host-Driver-20260-setup.exe    2.0.26.0
 2010/04/27 13:49         1KB   setup.iss
 2010/10/07 13:01       924KB   InstallShield 2010 SP1 Projects-101007.zip

--ZIP
 2010/08/09 15:33      6962KB   RENESAS-USB3-Host-Driver-20260-Setup-x86-x64-Binary.zip 2.0.26.0
---contents
 2009/09/11  9:10        21KB   0x0C04.ini
 2009/09/11 14:50        21KB   0x2C0a.ini
 2009/05/20 16:30        24KB   0x040a.ini
 2009/03/18 15:05        22KB   0x040b.ini
 2009/05/20 17:27        25KB   0x040c.ini
 2009/03/16 14:23        18KB   0x040d.ini
 2009/03/18 15:07        22KB   0x040e.ini
 2009/05/20 16:46        22KB   0x041b.ini
 2009/05/20 16:46        22KB   0x041d.ini
 2009/03/18 15:15        22KB   0x041e.ini
 2009/05/20 16:58        22KB   0x041f.ini
 2009/05/20 16:55        19KB   0x0401.ini
 2009/05/21 17:44        11KB   0x0404.ini
 2009/05/20 17:03        22KB   0x0405.ini
 2009/05/20 17:03        23KB   0x0406.ini
 2009/05/20 17:22        25KB   0x0407.ini
 2009/03/18 15:26        26KB   0x0408.ini
 2009/05/21 15:53        21KB   0x0409.ini
 2009/05/20 17:06        24KB   0x0410.ini
 2009/06/08 16:45        15KB   0x0411.ini
 2009/03/16 14:28        14KB   0x0412.ini
 2009/05/20 17:07        24KB   0x0413.ini
 2009/05/20 17:08        23KB   0x0414.ini
 2009/05/20 17:09        23KB   0x0415.ini
 2009/05/20 17:09        23KB   0x0416.ini
 2009/05/20 17:12        22KB   0x0419.ini
 2009/05/20 17:13        23KB   0x0424.ini
 2009/05/21 17:44        11KB   0x0804.ini
 2009/05/20 17:14        24KB   0x0816.ini
 2010/10/07 11:17        92KB   1025.mst
 2010/10/07 11:17        82KB   1028.mst
 2010/10/07 11:17       101KB   1029.mst
 2010/10/07 11:17       101KB   1030.mst
 2010/10/07 11:17       111KB   1031.mst
 2010/10/07 11:17       111KB   1032.mst
 2010/10/07 11:17        37KB   1033.mst
 2010/10/07 11:17       109KB   1034.mst
 2010/10/07 11:17       101KB   1035.mst
 2010/10/07 11:17       109KB   1036.mst
 2010/10/07 11:17        59KB   1037.mst
 2010/10/07 11:17       106KB   1038.mst
 2010/10/07 11:17       110KB   1040.mst
 2010/10/07 11:17       105KB   1041.mst
 2010/10/07 11:17        98KB   1042.mst
 2010/10/07 11:17       104KB   1043.mst
 2010/10/07 11:17        98KB   1044.mst
 2010/10/07 11:17       104KB   1045.mst
 2010/10/07 11:17       103KB   1046.mst
 2010/10/07 11:17       100KB   1049.mst
 2010/10/07 11:17       102KB   1051.mst
 2010/10/07 11:17        98KB   1053.mst
 2010/10/07 11:17        97KB   1054.mst
 2010/10/07 11:17        99KB   1055.mst
 2010/10/07 11:17       102KB   1060.mst
 2010/10/07 11:17        81KB   2052.mst
 2010/10/07 11:17       104KB   2070.mst
 2010/10/07 11:17        37KB   3076.mst
 2010/10/07 11:17        37KB   11274.mst
 2010/10/07 11:17      4857KB   ISSetup.dll
 2010/10/07 11:17       763KB   nusb3drv.msi
 2010/10/07 11:48       972KB   setup.exe
 2010/10/07 11:17         3KB   Setup.ini
 2010/04/27 13:49         1KB   setup.iss

 ----Files
 2010/04/27 09:33        95KB   nusb3mon.dll             2.0.0.0
 2010/04/27 10:09       111KB   nusb3mon.exe             2.0.0.0
 2010/10/04 09:09       307KB   nusb3utl.exe             2.0.26.0
 2010/10/04 08:30        48KB   nusb3ver.dll             2.0.26.0
 -----0C0A
 2010/04/14 09:30         4KB   nusb3mon.exe.mui
 2010/09/30 12:57         3KB   nusb3utl.exe.mui
 -----0C04
 2010/04/14 09:30         2KB   nusb3mon.exe.mui
 2010/09/30 12:56         2KB   nusb3utl.exe.mui
 -----2C0A
 2010/04/14 09:30         4KB   nusb3mon.exe.mui
 2010/09/30 12:57         3KB   nusb3utl.exe.mui
 -----040A
 2010/04/14 09:30         4KB   nusb3mon.exe.mui
 2010/09/30 12:57         3KB   nusb3utl.exe.mui
 -----040B
 2010/04/14 09:30         4KB   nusb3mon.exe.mui
 2010/09/30 12:57         3KB   nusb3utl.exe.mui
 -----040C
 2010/04/14 09:30         4KB   nusb3mon.exe.mui
 2010/09/30 12:57         3KB   nusb3utl.exe.mui
 -----040D
 2010/04/14 09:31         3KB   nusb3mon.exe.mui
 2010/09/30 12:57         3KB   nusb3utl.exe.mui
 -----040E
 2010/04/14 09:30         4KB   nusb3mon.exe.mui
 2010/09/30 12:57         3KB   nusb3utl.exe.mui
 -----041B
 2010/04/14 09:30         4KB   nusb3mon.exe.mui
 2010/09/30 12:56         3KB   nusb3utl.exe.mui
 -----041D
 2010/04/14 09:30         4KB   nusb3mon.exe.mui
 2010/09/30 12:56         3KB   nusb3utl.exe.mui
 -----041E
 2010/04/14 09:30         3KB   nusb3mon.exe.mui
 2010/09/30 12:57         3KB   nusb3utl.exe.mui
 -----041F
 2010/04/14 09:30         4KB   nusb3mon.exe.mui
 2010/09/30 12:57         3KB   nusb3utl.exe.mui
 -----0401
 2010/04/14 09:30         3KB   nusb3mon.exe.mui
 2010/09/30 12:57         3KB   nusb3utl.exe.mui
 -----0404
 2010/04/14 09:30         3KB   nusb3mon.exe.mui
 2010/09/30 12:57         2KB   nusb3utl.exe.mui
 -----0405
 2010/04/14 09:31         3KB   nusb3mon.exe.mui
 2010/09/30 12:57         3KB   nusb3utl.exe.mui
 -----0406
 2010/04/14 09:30         4KB   nusb3mon.exe.mui
 2010/09/30 12:57         3KB   nusb3utl.exe.mui
 -----0407
 2010/04/14 09:30         4KB   nusb3mon.exe.mui
 2010/09/30 12:57         3KB   nusb3utl.exe.mui
 -----0408
 2010/04/14 09:30         4KB   nusb3mon.exe.mui
 2010/09/30 12:57         3KB   nusb3utl.exe.mui
 -----0409
 2010/04/14 09:30         4KB   nusb3mon.exe.mui
 2010/09/30 12:56         3KB   nusb3utl.exe.mui
 -----0410
 2010/04/14 09:30         4KB   nusb3mon.exe.mui
 2010/09/30 12:57         3KB   nusb3utl.exe.mui
 -----0411
 2010/04/14 09:30         3KB   nusb3mon.exe.mui
 2010/09/30 12:57         2KB   nusb3utl.exe.mui
 -----0412
 2010/04/14 09:30         3KB   nusb3mon.exe.mui
 2010/09/30 12:57         2KB   nusb3utl.exe.mui
 -----0413
 2010/04/14 09:30         4KB   nusb3mon.exe.mui
 2010/09/30 12:57         3KB   nusb3utl.exe.mui
 -----0414
 2010/04/14 09:30         4KB   nusb3mon.exe.mui
 2010/09/30 12:56         3KB   nusb3utl.exe.mui
 -----0415
 2010/04/14 09:30         4KB   nusb3mon.exe.mui
 2010/09/30 12:56         3KB   nusb3utl.exe.mui
 -----0416
 2010/04/14 09:31         4KB   nusb3mon.exe.mui
 2010/09/30 12:57         3KB   nusb3utl.exe.mui
 -----0419
 2010/04/14 09:30         4KB   nusb3mon.exe.mui
 2010/09/30 12:56         3KB   nusb3utl.exe.mui
 -----0424
 2010/04/14 09:30         3KB   nusb3mon.exe.mui
 2010/09/30 12:56         3KB   nusb3utl.exe.mui
 -----0804
 2010/04/14 09:31         3KB   nusb3mon.exe.mui
 2010/09/30 12:57         2KB   nusb3utl.exe.mui
 -----0816
 2010/04/14 09:31         4KB   nusb3mon.exe.mui
 2010/09/30 12:57         3KB   nusb3utl.exe.mui
 -----x64
 2010/10/05 17:47         8KB   nusb3hub.cat
 2010/09/30 13:01         3KB   nusb3hub.inf
 2010/09/30 13:00        79KB   nusb3hub.sys             2.0.26.0
 2010/10/05 17:47         8KB   nusb3xhc.cat
 2010/09/30 13:01         2KB   nusb3xhc.inf
 2010/09/30 13:00       177KB   nusb3xhc.sys             2.0.26.0
 -----x86
 2010/10/05 17:47         8KB   nusb3hub.cat
 2010/09/30 13:01         3KB   nusb3hub.inf
 2010/09/30 12:59        61KB   nusb3hub.sys             2.0.26.0
 2010/10/05 17:47         8KB   nusb3xhc.cat
 2010/09/30 13:01         2KB   nusb3xhc.inf
 2010/09/30 12:59       139KB   nusb3xhc.sys             2.0.26.0

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2. Command Line Options
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1)Silent install
 
	Ex.) setup.exe /s

 -To install this driver package silently, "setup.iss" file is needed.
  This package includes the "setup.iss" in which the following folder 
  path is set.
  "C:\Program Files\Renesas Electronics\USB 3.0 Host Controller Driver".

  If you want to change install path, you need to generate setup.iss as
  follows: setup /r /f1".\setup.iss"


2)Check existence of USB3.0 Host Controller

	Ex.) setup.exe /v"CHECK_HW_EXIST=1"

 -When this command line option is set, the installer checks existence of 
  the USB3.0 Host Controller(uPD720200/uPD720200A). If the uPD720200/uPD720200A
  is not in the PC, this installer does not install the device drivers.

 ##Caution##
  To install the device drivers with this command line option after 
  uninstalling the device drivers, it is necessary to restart the PC.


3) Not install the USB3.0 Monitor application (nusb3mon.exe/dll)

	/v"NO_MONITOR=1"

 -When this command line option is set, the USB3.0 Monitor Application
  (nusb3mon.exe/dll) is not installed.

 ##Caution##
  If the USB3.0 Monitor Application is already installed, it is necessary to
  uninstall the USB3 driver package of previous version before installing the 
  new USB3 driver package (v1.0.19.0 or later).


4) Not install the USB3.0 Utility application (nusb3utl.exe)

	/v"NO_UTILITY=1"

 -When this command line option is set, the USB3.0 Utility Application
  (nusb3utl.exe) is not installed.

 ##Caution##
  If the USB3.0 Utility Application is already installed, it is necessary to
  uninstall the USB3 driver package of previous version before installing the 
  new USB3 driver package (v2.0.4.0 or later).


5) Disable the Selective Suspend function

	Ex.) setup.exe /v"SET_SELSUS_MODE1=1"

 -Selective Suspend function is enabled by default starting with Ver2.0.20.0. 
  This option disables the Selective Suspend function. The Selective Suspend 
  function is described in section 1.4 & 2.8 of "USB 3.0 Host Controller Driver 
  Application Note (ISG-NC1-200030)". Please see that document for more detail.

 ##Note##
  This option is supported from Ver.2.0.20.0.
  The Selective Suspend function for External Hubs is supported from Ver.2.0.20.0.


6) Hide the pop-up message

	Ex.) setup.exe /v"CHECK_HW_EXIST=1 NO_MESSAGE=1"

 -This option suppresses the pop-up message when it is used with the "CHECK_HW_EXIST"
  option. If you want to hide the pop-up message on the "CHECK_HW_EXIST" option,
  you should use this option on the command line.
 -This option is described in section 2.5 & 2.9 of "USB 3.0 Host Controller Driver 
  Application Note(ISG-NC1-200030)". Please see that document for more detail.
  
 ##Note##
  This option is supported from Ver.2.0.20.0.
  This option must be used only with the "CHECK_HW_EXIST" option. If this option is used
  by itself, it has no effect.


[[NEW]]
7) Disable the Dynamic U1/U2 state control function

	Ex.) setup.exe /v"U1U2_DISABLE=1"

 -The Dynamic U1/U2 state control function is enabled by default starting with 
  Ver2.0.4.0. If you want to disable the Dynamic U1/U2 state control function,
  you should use this option on the command prompt. 

 ##Note##
  This option is supported from Ver.2.0.26.0.


[[NEW]]
8) Disable the check box to disable the Dynamic U1/U2 state control function
   on "nusb3utl.exe"

	Ex.) setup.exe /v"U1U2_UTL_DISABLE=1"

 -From ver2.0.26.0, the USB 3.0 Host controller Utility supported the check-box
  to disable the Dynamic U1/U2 state control function. This check-box is appeared
  in default setting.
  If you don't want to display this checkbox on USB3.0 Host controller Utility, 
  you should use this option on the command prompt. 

 ##Note##
  This option is supported from Ver.2.0.26.0.

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3. History
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 Version 2.0.26.0 : October 7th, 2010
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- Windows Logo Information
  Submission ID: 1426595
  Product Name: Renesas Electronics USB3.0 Host Controller
  Category: Device
  Subcategory: Bus Controllers and Ports > USB Controller
  Qualification Level: 	Logo - Designed for Microsoft Windows XP family, x86 - DFW
						Logo - Designed for Microsoft Windows XP family, x64 - DFW
						Logo - Microsoft Windows Vista family, x86 Basic - Basic
						Logo - Microsoft Windows Vista family, x64 Basic - Basic
						Logo - Device - Compatible with Windows 7
						Logo - Device - Compatible with Windows 7 x64
						Logo - Certified for Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Release 2 family, x64

- Added the new function in "nusb3utl.exe" which can disable/enable
  "Dynamic U1/U2 state control function".

- The following issues were fixed.
	1. Bluescreen occurred when 3G modem card (TD-SCDMA RX-310) is connected to the PC through 
	   USB3 Host Controller.
	
	2. Yellow bang issues occurred when the following USB devices are connected 
	   to the PC through USB3 Host Controller.
	     a)Pinnacle Systems PCTV MCE IR Transceiver (Receiver)
	     b)Philips OVU4003/00 (Remote Receiver)
	     c)Philips RC1534501/00 (Remote controller)

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 Version 2.0.20.0 : August 13th, 2010
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- Windows Logo Information
  Submission ID: 1417969
  Product Name: Renesas Electronics USB3.0 Host Controller
  Category: Device
  Subcategory: Bus Controllers and Ports > USB Controller
  Qualification Level: 	Logo - Designed for Microsoft Windows XP family, x86 - DFW
						Logo - Designed for Microsoft Windows XP family, x64 - DFW
						Logo - Microsoft Windows Vista family, x86 Basic - Basic
						Logo - Microsoft Windows Vista family, x64 Basic - Basic
						Logo - Device - Compatible with Windows 7
						Logo - Device - Compatible with Windows 7 x64
						Logo - Certified for Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Release 2 family, x64

- Supported the Windows Server 2008 Release 2 (x64)

- Supported the Selective Suspend function for an External Hub. 
  Please see section 1.4 & 2.8 of "USB 3.0 Host Controller Driver Application
  Note" for more detail.

- The following issues were fixed.
	1. On "Devices and Printers" of Windows 7, Bus reported device description
   of device's Property was not shown when USB devices were connected to the 
   computer through USB 3.0 Host Controller.

	2. USB3 Driver didn't support the Dynamic U1/U2 state control function for
   USB3 Devices which support the Periodic Endpoint.
	   
	3. There was an issue with the Control transfer. This issue occurred in the 
   following cases.

    Case1. Yellow bang issues occurred when USB devices is connected
          to the PC through USB3 Host Controller.
   	Case2. USB3 Host Controller cannot receive the Vendor Requests.
	   
	   ##Caution##
   This issue occurs in Ver2.0.4.0 only. This does not occur with
   Ver1.0.20.0 or earlier.

	4. After suspend & resume with Microsoft's Zune HD connected through the
   USB 3.0 Host Controller, Device manager showed the yellow bang for this
   device.

- Hardware Ids of device's Property were designed as mixed-case on all Windows OS.
  From Ver2.0.20.0, Hardware Ids of device's Property are designed as follows.
         Windows XP      :  Vid_XXXX (Designated by mixed-case)
         Windows 7/Vista :  VID_XXXX (Designated by capital letters only)


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 Version 2.0.4.0 : May 14th, 2010
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- Windows Logo Information
  Submission ID: 1403710

- Dynamic U1/U2 state control function was enabled.

- Driver Provider Name in the INF file was changed from NEC Electronics
  to Renesas Electronics.
 
- "Discontine storage access" issue was fixed.
  (Although we fixed "Discontinue storage access" issue in V1.0.19.0,
   we found some cases where this issue was reproduced.)

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 Version 1.0.20.0 : March 31th, 2010
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- Windows Logo Information
  Submission ID: 1397746

 ##Note##
 The Drivers in this package are certified with WLK1.5. 
 From the WLK1.5, categories for which USB3.0 xHCI drivers should be submitted
 were changed as follows.
 
 Submission Categories
   USB3 Host Controller : Device - USB Controller
   USB3 Root Hub        : Unclassified
 
 With this change, the INF file for driver installation is separated into
 two files. The nusb3xhc.inf is for the USB3 Host Controller, and the 
 usb3hub.inf is for the USB3 Root hub.

- The following bugs were fixed
 1. UQ WiMAX USB module (UD01SS) is not detected correctly.

 2. There is a possibility that bluescreen occurs when attempting hot plug
    operations at the downstream port of the USB2.0 HUB connected with 
    the USB3.0 port. 

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 Version 1.0.19.0 : Februay 5th, 2010
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- Windows Logo Information
  Submission ID: 1387363

- The following functions were added.
 1. One of the notifications that we reported in the IBB-ND0-100001
    (Notification and product restriction information, Dec 14th 2009), 
    "Discontinue storage access after sleep(S3) and hibernation(S4) in 
    PC system", is fixed.

 2. When disabling a SS Device with safely remove, the USB port connected 
    with the SS device is placed in U3 instead of U0.

- Added command line option to this installer.

  /v"NO_MONITOR=1"

- When this command line option is set, the USB3.0 Monitor Application
  (nusb3mon.exe/dll) is not installed.

  ##Caution##
   If the USB3.0 Monitor Application is already installed, it is necessary to
   uninstall the USB3 driver package of previous version before installing the 
   new USB3 driver package(v1.0.19.0 or later).

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 Version 1.0.18.0 : December 1st, 2009
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We received Device Logo in the USB Controller Subcategory of the WLK1.4.

As for system logo test,
Microsoft announced testing process for USB3.0 xHCI Controller below.  
http://www.microsoft.com/whdc/whql/resources/news/whqlnews_112409.htm

- Windows Logo Information
  Submission ID: 1377656
  Product Name: NEC Electronics USB3 Host-01
  Category: Device
  Subcategory: Bus Controllers and Ports > USB Controller
  Qualification Level: Signature Only - Microsoft Windows XP family, x86 - Unclassified
                       Signature Only - Microsoft Windows XP family, x64 - Unclassified
                       Logo - Microsoft Windows Vista family, x86 Basic - Basic
                       Logo - Microsoft Windows Vista family, x64 Basic - Basic
                       Logo - Device - Compatible with Windows 7
                       Logo - Device - Compatible with Windows 7 x64

- The following bugs were fixed.
 1. When host driver is disabled and uPD720200 goes to D3hot state,
    CLKREQ# does not work.

 2. When connectiong a certain Keyboard with fingerprint function, 
    PC can't enter S3/S4/S5 state.

 3. When using a certain ZIP Drive, file transfer is aborted.

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 Version 1.0.17.0 : Nobember 2nd, 2009
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- This version includes the CAT files signed by
  Microsoft Windows Hardware Compatibility Publisher.
  This device driver complies with WHQL certification as Unclassified 
  Category on Windows XP, Vista & 7. 
  The Submission ID for WHQL certification is 1371310.

- The following bug was fixed.
   1. Function drivers were not unloaded when disconnectiong gold tree from
      the roothub port of USB3 HC. 

   2. After Warm Reset was issued, enumeration process might fail.

- InstallShield project file, License.rtf and versionDLL were updated.

- The following functions were added.
   1. When Link Errors frequently occur in the SuperSpeed-Port, driver changes 
      the connection from the SuperSpeed to HighSpeed.

   2. Transfer throughput was improved.

   3. Dynamic U1/U2 state control function was disabled. When enabling U1/U2 
      function, the device that used SuperSpeed link with host went down unexpectedly.
      We decided to disable this function to get interoperability.
      To get better interoperability, please use the FW version 3.0.2.1 
      released Nov.2nd 2009 or later.

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 Version 1.0.14.0 : October 6th, 2009
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- This version includes the CAT files signed by
  Microsoft Windows Hardware Compatibility Publisher.
  This device driver complies with WHQL certification as Unclassified 
  Category on Windows XP, Vista & 7. 
  The Submission ID of WHQL certification is 1358042.

- The following bugs are fixed.
   1. If the USB Device has multiple Endpoints with same EndpointAddress,
      the USB Device is not enumerated.

   2. A USB2.0 Device connected with mulitiple layered USB2.0 HUB is not detected
      after resuming Sleep and Hibernate.

- Updated InstallShield project file, script file, customDLL & versionDLL.

- Added the following functions to this installer.
   1. Command line option for checking existence of USB3.0 Host Controller.

       /v"CHECK_HW_EXIST=1"

     When this command line option is set, the installer checks existence of 
     the USB3.0 Host Controller(uPD720200). If the uPD720200 is not in the PC,
     this installer does not install the device drivers.

     ##Caution##
     To install the device drivers with this command line option after uninstalling
     the device drivers, it is necessary to restart on the PC.

   2. Previously, this installer did not install device drivers to the PC
      in which device drivers with same version are already installed.
      In this version, it reinstalls the device drivers to the PC.

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 Version 1.0.12.0 : September 11th, 2009
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- Updated End User Licence Agreement.

- This version includes the CAT files signed by
  Microsoft Windows Hardware Compatibility Publisher.
  This device driver complies with WHQL certification as Unclassified 
  Category on Windows XP, Vista & 7. 
  The Submission ID of WHQL certification is 1349589.

- This package includes "Install Shield 2010 Project Files" in the EXE folder
  so that cusotmers can customize the install package.

- Installer Wizard Messages, "nusb3mon.exe" and "nusb3utl.exe" support 
  the following languages.

  LCID : Language
   0401 : Arabic
   0404 : Traditional Chinese
   0405 : Czech
   0406 : Danish
   0407 : German
   0408 : Greek
   0409 : English
   040A : Spanish (Traditional)
   040B : Finnish
   040C : French
   040D : Hebrew
   040E : Hungarian
   0410 : Italian
   0411 : Japanese
   0412 : Korean
   0413 : Dutch
   0414 : Norwegian (Bokmal)
   0415 : Polish
   0416 : Portuguese (Brazilian)
   0419 : Russian
   041B : Slovak
   041D : Swedish
   041E : Thai
   041F : Turkish
   0424 : Slovenian
   0804 : Simplified Chinese
   0816 : Portuguese(Standard)
   0C04 : Chinese (Hong Kong)
   0C0A : Spanish (Modern)
   2C0A : Spanish (Latin America)

- The following bugs are fixed.
   1. Bluescreen sometimes occurs when starting WebCam application.

   2. The mouse-supported SelectiveSuspend function does not work when 
      it wakes up from suspend state.

   3. Can't access CD-ROM Media in a Blu-Ray Drive.

- Optimized SS/HS bulk transfer performance

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 Version 1.0.10.0 : August 26th, 2009
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- This version includes the CAT files signed by
  Microsoft Windows Hardware Compatibility Publisher.
  This device driver complies with WHQL certification as Unclassified 
  Category on Windows XP, Vista & 7. 
  The Submission ID of WHQL certification is 1346130.

- All files except for the CAT files are the same as Version1.0.10.0 Beta2

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 Version 1.0.10.0Beta2 : August 24th, 2009
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- This version includes Microsoft TestSigned CAT Files.
  Note: If this driver package is used on x64 Windows Vista/7,
        need to set the following command. 
        >bcdedit -set TESTSIGNING ON

- This installer package is generated with the InstallShield2010.
  If the previous driver package (v0.X.X.X , v1.0.1.0 or v1.0.7.0) is installed,
  please uninstall the previous driver package and install the new package.

- Installer Wizard Messages, "nusb3mon.exe" and "nusb3utl.exe" support 
  the following languages.

  LCID : Language
   404 : Traditional Chinese
   407 : German
   409 : English
   40A : Spanish
   40C : French
   410 : Italian
   411 : Japanese
   412 : Korean
   413 : Dutch
   804 : Simplified Chinese
   816 : Portuguese(Standard)

- The following bugs are fixed.
   1. Some hub devices are not detected after resuming Sleep and Hibernate.

   2. Bluescreen occurs after resuming Sleep and Hibernate.

- Known issue. This issue will fixed in the next version.
   1. Bluescreen sometimes occurs when starting WebCam application.

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 Version 1.0.7.0Beta : July 17th, 2009
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- The following bugs are fixed.

1. USB Devices are not detected after resuming from Sleep and Hibernate.

2. Bluescreen occurs after resuming from Sleep and Hibernate.

3. USB-VGA Devices do not work correctly.

4. The message that bandwidth is getting low might not be indicated.

-The following function is Added
1. Add a Vender Defined Command. 

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 Version 1.0.1.0Beta : June 15th, 2009
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- This package includes the following applications.
  1. nusb3mon.exe
  This application provides the following function 
  USB3.0 Specificatin Section 11.1 indicates the follwoing function.
  To address the situation where a USB 3.0 device is connected to a
  USB 2.0-only port on a USB 3.0- capable host, after establishing a
  USB 2.0 high-speed connection with the device, it is recommended
  that the host inform the user that the device will support
  SuperSpeed operation if it is moved to a USB 3.0-capable port on the
  same host. If a USB 3.0 device is connected to a USB 3.0- capable
  host via a USB 2.0 hub, it is recommended that the host inform the
  user that the device will support SuperSpeed operation if it is
  moved to an appropriate host port or if the hub is replaced with a
  USB 3.0 hub.

  2. nusb3utl.exe 
  This application provides functions that show Driver Version 
  and Firmware Version.

- The following bugs are fixed.

1. Function driver is not unloaded after resuming from Sleep and Hibernate.

2. USB Remote wake up function does not work correctly.

3. Bluescreen occured when repeating hot-plug of FS-Speaker Device 
   that is connected with HS-Hub that is connected to USB3.0 HC.

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 Version 0.9.12.0Beta : May 29th, 2009
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- Changed installer package configuration.

  1. EXE type
     *All files are included in the EXE file.
     *Combined x86 and x64 in one package.

  2. ZIP type
     *Conposed of 3 contents, setup.exe, x86 folder and x64 folder.
     *All files for x86 are in x86 folder.
     *All files for x64 are in x64 folder.
     *Setup.exe installs drivers automatically.

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 Version 0.9.12.0Beta : May 27th, 2009
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- The following bugs are fixed.

1. Function driver is not unloaded after resuming from Sleep and Hibernate.

2. When repeating hot-pulg of a USB2.0 device, the device is not detected.

3. When connecting two USB Devices and after resuming from Sleep and Hibernate,
   both devices are not detected.

4. Bluescreen occurred when USB-VGA device is running.

5. Dual Display mode of a USB-VGA device can't operate.

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 Version 0.9.4.0Beta : March 27th, 2009
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- Support for Super Speed Transactions

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 Version 0.9.3.0Beta : March 9th, 2009
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- The following bugs are fixed.

1. If the system is booted up with a USB device already present on the USB 
   port, the USB port is inoperative and cannot recover even if the 
   USB device is unplugged and then plugged back in.

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 Version 0.9.0.0Beta : February 9th, 2009
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- First Beta Version Release


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How To Update Drivers Manually

After your driver has been downloaded, follow these simple steps to install it.

  • Expand the archive file (if the download file is in zip or rar format).

  • If the expanded file has an .exe extension, double click it and follow the installation instructions.

  • Otherwise, open Device Manager by right-clicking the Start menu and selecting Device Manager.

  • Find the device and model you want to update in the device list.

  • Double-click on it to open the Properties dialog box.

  • From the Properties dialog box, select the Driver tab.

  • Click the Update Driver button, then follow the instructions.

Very important: You must reboot your system to ensure that any driver updates have taken effect.

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