I have a logilink PCIe USB3.0 interface in my computer. Unfortunately there are no drivers available at the website of logilink. Is there any possibility to use this interface on ubuntu?
The VIA VL800 controller used has poor support for Linux
It appears you are using Logilink's 4-port USB 3.0 card:
This uses the VIA VL800 USB 3.0 controller. While this controller fully supports the USB 3.0 standard in theory and should work well with the default xhci USB 3.0 driver in Linux, it does not. In fact, there is a well-documented history of the VL800 not working, [working at low speeds](, crashing your kernel, etc.
This is not Ubuntu/Linux's fault, but the manufacturer's (VIA) for making a poorly-supported non-compliant product.
Solution: try a newer kernel, or use a different Logilink USB 3.0 card with the NEC chipset
You have two options:
You can use NEC chipset, the 3rd generation D720201, and this PCIe to USB 3.0 card with 20pin connector.