I have an augmented reality headset (Meta 2) installed on a windows 10 Pro computer and it works great. It interfaces with the computer through USB.
Then I have a second, completely unrelated USB device (a ultrasound probe) for which I also successfully installed the drivers - however, if I connect the device to the computer, I can see in the device manager that the device I plug in is listed as "Cypress FX2LP No EEPROM Device" and when I look at the properties->driver->driver details I see that it loads the drivers of the Meta headset. Obviously the probe doesn't work (no driver error is shown however in the device manager).
If I use the probe on a system that does not have the drivers of the Augmented Reality headset installed, the probe works.
How can this happen and how can I force this device to use the right drivers?