I checked the windows update and indeed there were several minor
updates waiting for installation;
I would (just to be certain) check updates again, and driver updates again (especially Video). Now one final restart.
Then if running smoothly, I would not reinstall the OS.
But this is a good time to ensure you have good backups in case you should decide to ...
After trying multiple accounts that were in the Administrator group (this is a corporate device), the local Administrator account was used. Once the local Administrator account was logged in, the software successfully installed with the Network option.
There is no reason why the driver should not have respected the Administrator privileges of the domain ...
first thing you should do is pick the yellow exclamation, check which .inf file is assigned and delete this file from windows/inf directory
pick the yellow exclamation und uninstall drivers
disable windows driver signature enforcement and reboot
double check phone settings, maybe switch to PTP and then back to MTP mode, let windows reinstall drivers itself
The problem was simple to solve: after the W10 installation I waited for Windows ending the automatic drivers download for the system. Then I launched the RAIDXpert installer and the drive became available.
It's a little bit crazy that the documentation isn't explicit about a simple use case like this, and talks only a lot about the raid installation during ...
Sometimes Windows Updates will "update" newer driver you got from vendor to an older version in Microsoft's repository.
Instead of reinstalling the newer one again, try to revert the "update" in the device property.
(Warning: Long-term overclocking may be harmful to your CPU.)
I understand that you wish to bind a specific application to one of your GPUs.
In a recent enough Windows 10, you may do it this way:
Go to Settings > System > Display
Click Graphics settings
In the Graphics settings windows, set the drop-down to "Desktop app"
Disabling devices can be a bit dicey in that an error may prevent you from booting at all.
A better approach is to look at Reliability Monitor and see what hardware or other errors there are. Then look for driver updates for those things.
Screen Shot here:
Another approach is to enable MiniDumps (Control Panel, Advanced Options.
Now when it crashes, post ...
This is described in detail in the article
Automatic Signing of DKMS-Generated Kernel Modules for Secure Boot (Nvidia Driver on CentOS 8 as Example).
For DKMS to automatically sign generated modules, it must be configured
to do so for each module.
Prequisites: openssl, mokutil and dkms; kernel source.
Generate and import a Machine Owner Key (MOK) for ...
The drivers in Windows 10 aren't ideal.
You need to find out the hardware id of your network adapter/wifi card.
(press Cmd-X) -> Device Manager -> Network adapters -> Broadcom 802.11n Network Adapter -> Details tab -> Property dropdown -> Hardware ID's
The hardware ID is like a form of PCI\VEN_14E4&DEV_432B&SUBSYS_008D106B
While Audio MIDI Setup is launched but the USB MIDI device is disconnected, locate the cached device in the MIDI Studio window and delete it. Then re-attach the device. CoreMIDI will re-read the configuration descriptor and retrieve the string at the specified descriptor index in order to create a new cached device.
It is not possible to force CoreMIDI to re-...
If the vendor (HP) has supplied a working driver to the Microsoft Catalogue, then that (Microsoft Catalogue) should be the best one to use. HP will tailor the driver to your model of machine.
(There are about 16 Million combinations of drivers and computer types/models in the database, so it is a good repository of good drivers for you).
Delete the other two ...
The nature of the problem is explained in the article
Why does Windows not recognize my USB device as the same device if I plug it into a different port?
The USB device people explained that this happens when the device
lacks a USB serial number.
Serial numbers are optional on USB devices. If the device has one,
then Windows recognizes the device no matter ...
For me this line into /etc/default/grub helped:
You may have a different resolution or a bit different card, so check, please.
After I perform (contratry to the guide mentioned) update-grub. It needs to run without issues to be effective.