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USB microscope not working after Windows 10 update
It still may not work as the driver date is Posted 10 January – Personally, if I had a Windows 7 computer, I would refuse the upgrade if I knew I would be purchasing a new computer after I know nothing about drivers and would like some advice please.
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I can’t pay for a service I am not using I feel you bro here in the Philippines telecommunications companies are greedy and slow as a turtle when installing. Answered 2 hours ago. Since it is no longer supported, you are expected to purchase a new one. Alun Cox Level 3 Expert Answers.
Device Manager can see USB2. Can you extract the contents using V2d or 7zip?
Answered on Jun 18, I’ve tried every USB port. It should be similar for Windows Answered 26 minutes ago.
I hope that you will find this reply of mine interesting digiral you. You do it by holding shift when you restart Windows 10 and I think it only works until you reboot again.
Last Device Instance Id: That is one of the problems with Windows 10, forced updates which also included drivers if you do not digjtal that feature. Answered 10 minutes ago. Recent Popular Answered Unanswered. I prefer working with developers from Ukraine. I just tried this microscope on a Windows 7 64 bit laptop and got the same problem.
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Answered on Apr 01, None of which were. David Payne Level 3 Expert Answers. It states on the front USB 2. I tried Compatibility Mode XP Service pack 3 and the driver installed for 15 minutes instead of a few minutes and asked me to reboot as usual but that didn’t work either.
I bought this PC with Windows 10 installed so I can’t downgrade. Thanks for all your help guys. Welcome to the world of Windows I’ll probably have to buy an XP laptop for the microscope but I thought I’d start a thread in case there was a possible work around I could try.