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Hi

I've been mapping my ports using Hackintool, following the tutorial and so on. Everything is working fine, USB3 speeds are great and all. But I'm having an issue with the rear USB-C on my Gigabyte Z370n-WiFi motherboard.

Hackintool detects it as USB2, the device name says "IOUSBHostDevice" even when there's nothing plugged into it tops at USB2 speeds. 

How can I make it understand it's not a USB2 port but a SS TypeC?

Thanks

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hs03 is a usb2 port, i think usb3 is ss03

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