Also strictly speaking a USB hub is not enumerated the same as a proper HID (such as mice, keyboards, gamepads etc) within the WDK.
Just to highlight, to take my example of *EAP, there is obviously the standards but then there are proprietary methods of this Extensible Protocol. Are these manufacturers buffoons?
This is the mobo manual
There you go, it's an ICH6. Bog standard UHCI/EHCI controller. The only thing the Intel 'drivers' do is change the name in the device manager.
I still don't think the route of a destructive reinstall that Holmslaw was going down is the right option though, either fix the driver if need be (which it would appear not in this case although I might still run one of my debug codings across the driver to see if it really is a true EHCI in this fujitsu siemens case.
Or. remove the "cached" registry entries as to what Windows thinks that device UUID actually is.
Not sure if this information could be incorrect other than via miscommunication, whats your thoughts ?
On a aide, how is EAP(TLS) any different to OHCI?