Hi all ! I need help please. I have an old midi Midiplus61 USB keyboard. I've got the win2000&XP x86 driver and it's also working fine under Win7x86. Under that circumctenses HardwareID goes likes this: USB\VID_0CCD&PID_0035&REV_0105 USB\VID_0CCD&PID_0035 So, I need x64 driver. There is an interest thing - when connected to usb3.0 port on Renesas chip, the system automaticaly installs the thing with the default Win7x64 drivers, it pulls this: C:\Windows\system32\drivers\dmk.sys C:\Windows\system32\drivers\ksthunk.sys C:\Windows\system32\drivers\portcls.sys C:\Windows\system32\drivers\USBAUDIO.sys C:\Windows\system32\SySFxUI.dll C:\Windows\system32\WMALFXGFXDSP.dll ...and deviceID is slightly changed: USB\VID_0CCD&PID_0035&REV_0105&MI_00 USB\VID_0CCD&PID_0035&MI_00 ..and fully funcional. Then I bought cheap usb3.0 pci card, but it is not working (VIA chip). I've tried also with the Intel usb3.0 chip, and it's not working aswell. Is there maybe some kind of conversion software that could port x86 drivers to x64? And, of course, I have contacted manufacturer and they offered me to try with the few different drivers for similar devices, but no success. Bying pci with Renesas/NEC chip is not an option for now, because it is expensive and hard to find. For that amount of money + a little bit more, I could buy the new device. Perhaps someone of You could know what's the catch here? Thank You very much!