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USB Arbitration Service skips my host's root hubs from enumeration. Ryzen 3 on Win7 problem?

Hi everyone.

Workstation 15.5.1, vmware-usbarb.log:

2020-04-12T11:54:42.434+10:00| host-4972| D148: USBGW: Host controller #7 hc= "\\?\HCD7"

2020-04-12T11:54:42.434+10:00| host-4972| D148: USBGW: Host controller #7 rootHubName="AMDUSB3#ROOT_HUB3#5&e780179&0#{f18a0e88-c30c-11d0-8815-00a0c906bed8}"

2020-04-12T11:54:42.434+10:00| host-4972| D148: USBGW: Host controller #7 rootHubDevInst="AMDUSB3\ROOT_HUB3\5&e780179&0"

2020-04-12T11:54:42.434+10:00| host-4972| D148: USBGW: Host controller #8 hc= "\\?\HCD8"

2020-04-12T11:54:42.434+10:00| host-4972| D148: USBGW: Host controller #8 rootHubName="USB#ASMEDIAROOT_Hub#7&39c758ce&0&0#{f18a0e88-c30c-11d0-8815-00a0c906bed8}"

2020-04-12T11:54:42.434+10:00| host-4972| D148: USBGW: Host controller #8 rootHubDevInst="USB\ASMEDIAROOT_Hub\7&39c758ce&0&0"

2020-04-12T11:54:42.434+10:00| host-4972| D148: USBGW: Host controller #9 hc= "\\?\HCD9"

2020-04-12T11:54:42.434+10:00| host-4972| D148: USBGW: Host controller #9 rootHubName="USB#AMDROOT_HUB31#5&f2e74e8&0&0#{f18a0e88-c30c-11d0-8815-00a0c906bed8}"

2020-04-12T11:54:42.434+10:00| host-4972| D148: USBGW: Host controller #9 rootHubDevInst="USB\AMDROOT_HUB31\5&f2e74e8&0&0"

2020-04-12T11:54:42.434+10:00| host-4972| W115: USBGW: Failed to send HC Name:\??\HCD7 to HCMON: A device attached to the system is not functioning (31). It may be unplugged, removing from the HC list

2020-04-12T11:54:42.434+10:00| host-4972| W115: USBGW: Failed to send HC Name:\??\HCD9 to HCMON: A device attached to the system is not functioning (31). It may be unplugged, removing from the HC list

So only 2 ports from ASMEDIAROOT_Hub (HCD8) work as USB-Passthrough feature.

Ryzen 3 on Win7 x64, no official drivers as you know. Owners have to use modded drivers.

Any way to fix this issue?

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Just found the answer. Everything works fine now.

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Just found the answer. Everything works fine now.

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