Question. From Storage Nut:
Hello, I have a new desktop PC and I recently installed Windows 7 Ultimate on it. My next step was to add a snazzy new Western Digital PCIe (PCI-Express) USB 3.0 card. I can’t find the driver disk and, unfortunately, Win7 x64 can’t seem to find the driver nor can stinkin’ Windows Update?! I checked the western digital site too and struck out, I don’t think it is even listed?!
So you’re my last best hope, to repeat: after running Windows update I still have ONE unknown device in device manager even though I know what it is 🙁 PS as stated, I am running x64 Windows.
Answer. Here is where to download the drivers for the WD USB 3.0 PCIe add on card:
[download id=”8″ format=”1″]
(this is a local mirror of the install CD drivers, since they do not appear to be available anywhere online…)
You should be good to go since you are running 64 bit Windows 7. The install/setup utility will select the correct version. It also has drivers for XP/Vista/Windows 7 both 32 bit and 64 bit…
Hope this helps!