Could you confirm this? In reply to JochenAlt’s post on August 14, I don’t know how to get my device to say for instance ‘Phils Device’ instead of ‘Local Area Connection 2’. HobMar Replied on September 11, Sorry this didn’t help. In reply to dlech’s post on August 1, However, this is not listed even when you uncheck “Show Compatible Drivers” in Windows
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Thanks for marking this as the answer. Windows 10 En 64 bit latest patches, registed.
In reply to Jochen Steinhilber’s post on August 17, I have the same problem here also with BeagleBone Black. Here is the workaround that I came up with for my particular case. It works for Debian! It works for Windows 10 32 bit where the driver enforcement is not active.
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This site in other languages x. In reply to JochenAlt’s post on August 14, So this procedure is too painful, so I will not recommend it to my customers. I have the same question Windows 10 EN 64 bit, latest patches, registed. JochenAlt Created on August 1, I would greatly appreciate if somebody could enlighten me on how to do this!
Linux source code: Documentation/usb/ (v) – Bootlin
Sorry this didn’t help. Try one of the other solutions. It work for Windows 10 64 rdnis, if you upgrade from Windows 7. However, if you reboot without enabling unsigned drivers again, Windows will not load the driver anymore.
I’ve done some more poking around ind have found a few possible “better” solutions. Unfortunatelly this does not work for me for the beaglebone black Debian and QNX.
I have simply modified the [strings] portion of the linux. You can find my fully documented script here. Email Required, but never shown. In Windows 7 and 8. Jochen Steinhilber Replied on August 17,