At a MicroCenter, I bought a new USB 3.0 4-Port PCIe Expansion Card from VisionTek, which I know now was probably a horrible buy because it looks really cheap quality. I wanted one that day, and they didn't have better ones for some reason. I wanted to make this work since I dropped like $40 on it and all 4 USB ports were working.
When I had Windows 7 installed, the card stopped working after a couple days and I got an error basically stating it didn't have enough power or whatever. I have a 750w power supply, so I didn't think that should be a problem unless my 1080 MSI video card was consuming too much power. I ran some updates and I decided before I fixed this problem that I upgraded to Windows 10. Then I had a compatibility issue error pop up with Windows 10. At least it detected it, now it's not at all. I can't run the driver in compatibility mode.
Is there a tool out there that can troubleshoot this? Is this product just cheap garbage and I should buy another one?
Would be nice if there was software out there that can diagnose this kind of thing.
There's no additional troubleshooting I can do right now since it doesn't seem to be getting detected. I changed to PCI slot 1 from the 3rd one. That's about it.