Absolutely the same issue as CHRISTER OLSSON described.
Spent a LOT of time trying to find a newer Intel USB3 driver with no luck.
Finally found this post, found that the redistry key 78a1c341-4539-11d3-b88d-00c04fad5171 has “libusb” content in the computer where EyeX works, and has “mfesapsn” (McAfee) content in the computer where EyeX keeps initializing!
Removed McAfee and the conflict key, reinstalled the EyeX software, now everything works OK (Thank you CHRISTER OLSSON a lot!!!)
You definitely should avoid this not-unique UUID (universal UNIQUE id).