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Can I upgrade my USB3 Driver to 3.1Gen 2?

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Hi,

I have an USB C port on my HP notebook. thats is 3.1 Gen1. Can I upgrade this to Gen 2?

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You cannot upgrade the hardware specification of your USB port. It will always remain what it is since that is part of the system board and  the chipset capability.


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No.

 

You cannot upgrade the hardware specification of your USB port. It will always remain what it is since that is part of the system board and  the chipset capability.


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