I'll give generalized step by step instructions since I am using Windows 7 Swedish version but it should be easy enough. You follow these instructions at your own risk. This is what worked for me. 1) Extract the whole archive with the Generic USB Stack drivers to a directory C:\USBDriver for example. 2) Go into Device Manager and open up the Universal Serial Bus Controllers branch in the device tree. 3) Look here and locate the device entries that says "Intel/Renesas/Etron etc USB Host Controller" depending on what you have. 4) Right click on it and choose "Update Driver" 5) Here choose the second option "Choose driver software already on the computer" 6) Here enter the path to the drivers you extracted C:\USBDriver in this example. 7) Make sure that "Include Subdirectories" option is checked and click Next. From here it should find the Generic USB driver/UASP driver and install it for the controller you choose. Allow it to install the driver when asked. If you have more than one Host controller you may have to repeat this procedure for them as well. It should prompt you to restart the computer after installing the drivers which you should allow. The old drivers should still be on the computer and you should be able to roll back to them if you wish. I have been using these drivers now for about a week with no issues. I would also advise you to keep the drivers at hand if you would happen to need them at some point. Hope this helps, and good luck!