I followed the instructions to install these 4 TB3 files....by right clicking on each .inf file and selecting install.
On the TBTHostController.inf , I receive an error dialog, see attached.
I might add that the other 3 all installed with no problems and device manager shows that they installed correctly with no yellow triangles and I checked to make sure the newer device driver was installed.
In addition IDSA also shows that the latest version of the driver is installed.
TB3 does work . The Microsoft Store TB3 app shows the latest version and shows my external nvme disk is attached and it is usalable via file explorer .
What does the tbt toast driver do?
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Hi... I have similar issues. I have a NUC10i7FNB and have a fresh install of Windows 10 Pro... Installed chipset drivers then used driver and support assistant to update other drivers. No mention of Thunderbolt so downloaded Version: 1.41.1015.0 of the DCH driver and when I try to install TbtHostControllerToastComponent I get told there is a missing file.
I have the exact same behavior, I tested the same driver in two different systems with the same result.
I would recommend that instead of installing by "right-clicking" on the .inf file, go with the regular device manager installation procedure, I have always done it this way and I just did it with no issues.