Windows 10: USB 3 - Windows check if UASP enabled

  1.    27 Jan 2017 #1

    USB 3 - Windows check if UASP enabled

    Hi there

    Is it possible to find out in Windows if UASP on USB 3 ports are enabled -- On Linux it's easy - simply type lsusb and if a device shows driver=UAS anywhere then it's working

    Any way in Windows to see if it's enabled.

    The reason is that when using external USB3 HDD enclosures - especially multi-bay ones in JBOD type configurations the data transfer speed on USB3 is considerably enhanced --faster I/O is never a bad thing.

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  2.    01 Feb 2017 #2

    Crystal Diskinfo added this around 2012: e.g.
    usb storage - How to tell if USB 3.0 UASP mode is enabled? - Super User

    Useful discussion here:
    No UASP Driver in Windows 10??
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