This executable file is part of the Intel® Universal Serial Bus 3.0 driver software package.
Intel® Universal Serial Bus 3.*.EXE files are used to provide support for Windows* operating systems.
The Intel® Universal Serial Bus 2.*.EXE files provide support for Linux* operating systems.
Intel® Universal USB 3.0 Host Controller Drivers*.EXE files are used for Windows* operating systems only.
Intel® Universal Usb 3.0 drivers*.EXE files are installed automatically during the installation process.
You do not need to install any additional components to use the Intel Universal Serial Bus 3.x drivers.
iUSB3MON.EX is an executable program that allows you to monitor USB devices. This application is installed automatically when you install Windows 10.
Malicious programs enter your system in many ways. They could come via email attachments, downloaded files, web sites, USB drives, etc. You must always exercise caution when opening emails and downloading files. Be suspicious of anything that seems out of place or unexpected.
There are several things you can do to prevent further infection. First, make sure your anti-virus software is up to date. Second, keep your operating systems and applications updated. Third, scan your computer regularly for viruses and spyware. Finally, avoid clicking on unknown links or opening email attachments.
Yes. There are numerous tools available to clean your computer. One such tool is called “Spybot Search & Destroy.” This free application scans your hard disk for malicious code and removes it. It is recommended that you run Spybot periodically.
iUSB3MON.EXE is a malicious software application that belongs to the Trojan/Ransom category. This threat displays fake security alerts to trick you into thinking that your computer is infected with a dangerous virus. Once executed, it drops several files onto your hard disk including iusb3mon.exe. These files contain malicious code that could allow cyber criminals to gain access to sensitive data on your machine.
The main purpose of iUSB3MON.EXe is to display false messages about infections such as “Your PC needs to be repaired”, “Your PC is infected with viruses”, etc… In fact, no threats exist on your computer. You can easily remove iUSB3MON.Exe from your computer following the removal guide posted here.
When you are facing the iUSB3MON.EXE system error, the first thing you need to do is run an anti-virus program to check whether it is infected with viruses or not. If you find anything suspicious, you need to remove it immediately. In addition, you need to clean up all the junk files on your hard disk. You can use CCleaner to delete temporary files, cookies, cache, history, etc.
If you still cannot fix the problem, you can try to reinstall Windows. However, we recommend that you download the latest version of Windows 10.
Open Windows Explorer and navigate to File Explorer. In the resulting dialog box, click on View tab. Under the Hidden files and folders section, select Show hidden items. Scroll down to the bottom of the list and locate the file named iusb3mon. exe. If it exists, double-click on it to open it. If it doesn’t exist, try downloading the file again.
If you are unable to find the file, you might want to contact Microsoft Support. They might help you out.
Uninstalling the USB 3.0 extensible host controller software won’t delete the driver files. You’ll still need to manually remove the iusb3mon.inf and iusb3mon.sys files.
To do this, you must use Windows Device Manager to find the device id of the USB 3.0 EHCI controller. This process works best with Windows 10 because it automatically detects the device ID. If you’re running Windows 7 or 8, follow these steps:
1. Right-click the printer icon and select “Properties”.
2. Click the Details tab.
3. Find the Driver section under System Summary.
4. Select the Driver tab.
The iusb3mon.exe file is a Windows utility used to monitor USB devices connected to the computer. This tool is part of Microsoft’s Device Manager software package. If you are experiencing issues with this program, it could indicate a virus infection. Here’s how to fix it.
Open File Explorer and go to the following location: %windir%\system32\drivers\iusb3mon.exe
If you see the iusb3mon.exefile, delete it immediately. You don’t want anything there.
Check if the iusb3ont.exe process is causing troubles. To do this, open Task Manager and look for the iusb3mont process. If you find it running, end it.
This way, you’ll prevent further damage caused by the malware.
Now, restart your PC and try again.
Tim Wiley was a tech writer for seven years at Recode. In that time, he covered everything from basic browser.js and URL parameters to XHRs, performance, malware, security, enterprise apps, social media, and Windows secrets. He also written about how to hack Signal in 2016 and how to resist, or possibly even conquer, the zero-day threat.