ASUS SABERTOOTH 990FX AMD FX-9590 XFX Radeon RX 480 8Gb Patriot Sector5 VIPER II DDR3 4x4GB Inateck KTU3FR-4P USB Controller Windows 7 SP 1 All drivers are up to date.
Anyway, I ordered the card, downloaded the latest driver (3.8.33709.0) from the Fresco Logic website (because the included CD will almost always be out of date). I plugged in the card, made sure it had proper power on the SATA connector (important!), powered it up (greed LED = power good apparently), and booted Windows 7.
Additionally, a Syba card sporting 4 USB 3.0 ports + 2 SATA III (internal) ports has also misbehaved as of the same appoximate date. Syba is aware of the problem, but has not published a date if or when the drivers can or will be fixed.
I bought the one from the link as well (same card from Amazon germany). I simply plugged it in (ASUS P8P67 LE, into a long PCIe x16 slot) and Windows 8 installed the default Microsoft Renesas driver. So i sadly can't suggest anything to you. :/
Did you have to do anything in particular to get it to work? Went out and bought the Elgato Thunderbolt Dock, boot camped my Mac Mini, Clean W8.1 Pro and VS 2013 but I'm just getting USB device not recognised. Tried getting drivers from Fresco but they don't appear to help.
I got the kanex with the ethernet (instead of esata) and I can get kinect v2->thunderbolt->macbook running windows 8.1 just fine. I can see the point cloud. Remember to install the kanex driver from the website
I tried several workarounds to get it to work - changed USB ports, unplugged all other USB devices, updated USB controller driver to latest on Asus' website, updated BIOS, enabled EHCI handoff in BIOS. None of those worked, even for a while.
Trying to make Kinect for Windows 2 work with my Asus Crosshair V Formula Z board, and it fails. The drivers supplied by Asus for the board are the ASMedia XHCI Controller v. 22.214.171.124. Nothing seems to work. Is there a master list of approved MoBo / Chipsets? It would be nice if this were published with the hardware requirements for the Kinect, particularly for consumers who might be less knowledgeable about finding out why he hardware won't work on their system.
This card only works with the Renesas driver provided on the disk. Windows didn't recognize it and my wireless card and onboard LAN stopped functioning until I installed drivers from the CD. I have an ASRock 970Extreme3 Mobo.
I see that you are able to use the kinect V2 with your macbook pro Late 2013. I have a 15 inch mackbook pro 11, 3 with an intel 8 series c220 Chipset and I seem to be having issues getting the Kinect V2 running. Here is where I have done so far. The kinect would continuously disconnect and reconnect under windows 10 and windows 8.1, so I replaced the Intel eXtensible USB host controller driver with the Intel drivers (instead of the MS drivers). This resolved the issue with the Kinect disconnecting over and over, however, now the mic array is showing up and the WDF KinectSensor interface 0 is showing a yellow exclamation mark in the device manager, and under the device status it shows:
It's worth noting that having upgraded from Windows 8.1 to Windows 10, I've had the Kinect configuration verifier change the status for the USB card in my system. The state on Windows 8.1 was 'No supported USB 3 Card Detected'. On Windows 10, it's now showing 'supported USB 3.0 port detected with unknown bandwidth'. However, it's still not working as it's saying the drivers are not installed and it's failing to install the SDK on Windows 10.
Hi, I'd like to confirm that Orico PME-4U is working with win 8.1 64 bit, but must use default microsoft driver...also I tried on cheap chinese pcie to usb3.0 and esata that use renesas xxx202, don't know what the brand is, but it also working with win 8.1 with default driver from microsoft, never use other driver...
If you're using a PCIe expansion card make sure the slot it is installed in is wired for the number of lanes the card is designed to utilize. It's also worth uninstalling the driver for the USB device you're trying to run the Kinect on and reinstalling a driver from a different source. This is especially true if the driver you're using was automatically downloaded by Windows.
I have had similar issues with my PCIe x8 USB card being plugging into a mobo port that is wired as x4. I also had to uninstall the generic USB driver downloaded by Windows and install the Renesas driver off the CD provided with my adapter to get my Kinect working.
Not sure about the Amazon Version, I bought mine from the Canada Computers store. It has a blue board with vertically mounted ports. The chip is a D720201 - Renesas Driver. I just let Windows install the driver on its own.
In case anyone is still having problems with this in 2017 like I was... I am also running the Renesas uPD720201 chipset, on my Rosewill PCI-E to USB 3.0 4-Port controller with molex power connector: =cm_sw_r_cp_apa_Wzq2ybMK85G4FI am also running an AMD Radeon RX 480 graphics card. On the Kinect v2 Configuration Verifier, I passed all tests except the very last one for Verify Kinect Depth and Color Streams, it said "No depth frames received from Kinect." Additionally, in my device manager, when I checked the properties for WDF KinectSensor Interface 0, I got the following error message:This device cannot start. (Code 10)Both of these error messages finally went away and everything started working once I simply updated the driver for my Renesas USB 3.0 Controller in the device manager. Surprisingly, the automatic search for new driver updates actually worked. This was after pulling my hair out for 4 hours, unplugging and plugging the USB cable back in, restarting my computer, and setting my graphics card settings to high. But it was just a driver update.So, I can confirm the Renesas uPD720201 chipset works, at least in terms of passing all the tests in the Configuration Verifier and producing a depth map. As for the quality of the depth map and other problems that have been mentioned regarding Renesas chipsets, I have not seen any problems yet, but I can't be sure.
PD: I have not mention anything about the drivers and kind of stuff as long as I have tried with the different drivers throughtout the internet and with one of the computer I tried it worked (the one with its specific USB 3.0 port compatible with the Kinect v2 according to the post I mentioned)
You need to use the Windows 10 built-in Microsoft driver for the USB controller, not the Kanex-provided Asmedia one. Presumably the Kanex USB 3.0 + Gigabit ethernet (KTU20) uses the same USB controller, so it should be OK, too.
With the help of my friend I got confirmation that the issue is indeed with myUSB ports. I also ordered a different USB PCIe card from inateck, this time theinateck KTU3FR-4P.I made the assumption that since the VIVE support page also recommends an inateck card,then they must be fit for purpose. 2b1af7f3a8