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WINDOWS 7, 8 & 8.1 > QuickFire Rapid-i doesn't start on boot Note: BIOS settings, options and choice of words can be different. Test platform: GA-Z97X-SOC Force (Z97 - LGA1150 - H3) + i7 4790K - BIOS Settings: Optimized Defaults. Please ensure that you have enabled USB legacy or USB legacy devices in the BIOS. Try connecting the Rapid-i to a different USB port (both USB 2.0 and 3.0). Make sure you reboot the computer or laptop for test purpose. Uninstall Intel® USB 3.0 eXtensible Host Controller Driver (also known as Intel USB 3.0 Driver). You can verify that uninstallation is complete if the computer or laptop starts searching for available USB devices. Make sure you reboot the computer or laptop after this process. Some devices might not work after a reboot, replug the USB connector(s). If all devices are set, shut down the computer or laptop. Now boot the computer or laptop (hopefully the Rapid-i boots succesfully now). Note: USB 3.0 devices might be operating at a Lower Speed. [under construction- Testing]