Our product uses a USB driver that was WHQL'd under the previous process. Microsoft Gamepad Drivers Windows 10. I know with the introduction of Windows 10, Microsoft has changed the process, however, there is backwards compatibility. Connecting our USB product to any system running any version of Windows, except Win 10, works correctly. However, when our product is connected to a machine running Windows 10, we see numerous issues, especially 'Error 10 - Device Cannot Start.' I can take the same machine and install Windows 7 and our product works flawlessly.
The minute I install Win 10, the intermittent errors start occurring. For Windows 7, Intel developed the drivers for the hardware I am testing on. For Windows 10, the drivers were developed/provided by Windows. Fujitsu Fi 4120c2 Driver Windows 10. Tech Specs for Hardware: • MSI PC Mate Z97 Motherboard • Intel i5 4590 processor • Corsair M65 Gaming Mouse • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 770 Video Card • Corsair 600M Power Supply • Antec GX505 It appears for Windows 10/USB 3.0 support, it appears some software magic is being done for the Host Controller drivers as what showed up as EHCI controllers on Windows 7, are now XHCI controllers on Windows 10. I am by no means an expert on USB, but I have read Chapter 9. I spent a month investigating this issue, capturing USB traces (CAT-C), our device logs, looking at the Windows Debug Console, etc.
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