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PC with USB only 3.0 does not allow me to use fastboot

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can you help? how can I do?
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Windows 8?

Try swapping the microsoft usb 3 drivers for the Intel ones.

What version of Hboot?

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Windows 8?

Try swapping the microsoft usb 3 drivers for the Intel ones.

What version of Hboot?

windows 8 is, for now I tried the bootloader mode only with my old htc one s, my new htc one I still have to connect it to the PC in bootloader mode
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that one S definitely has way too old of an Hboot version. It wasn't until the 4.4 updates that the One had a version of Hboot that works with windows 8.

If you need to use fastboot on older HTC devices [or a One that isn't updated] your best bet is another PC or a Virtual Machine running Windows 7.

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windows 8 is, for now I tried the bootloader mode only with my old htc one s, my new htc one I still have to connect it to the PC in bootloader mode

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can you help? how can I do?

Have you try rear usb ports?
What type of motherboard you use? USB 2.0 is provided on each motherboard that I know.
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doesn't make a ton of difference. USB 2 + old hboot + windows 8 = noes

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Have you try rear usb ports?
What type of motherboard you use? USB 2.0 is provided on each motherboard that I know.

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that one S definitely has way too old of an Hboot version. It wasn't until the 4.4 updates that the One had a version of Hboot that works with windows 8.

If you need to use fastboot on older HTC devices [or a One that isn't updated] your best bet is another PC or a Virtual Machine running Windows 7.

this is my new pc and does not work. Before I had a pc with windows 8 but with the USB 2.0 ports and worked with the fastboot mode usb bootloader

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