After upgrading the system to Windows 10, you find that your USB device cannot connect to your PC. Solutions below may help you fix the USB port issue.
If a red warning window will open, click on Install this driver software anyway This action will add the following drivers in to the operating system: - MediaTek DA USB VCOM Port - MediaTek PreLoader USB VCOM Port – for transferring the firmware to your device - MTK USB DEBUG Port - MTK USB Modem Port - MTK USB port – for transfering PreLoader to your device (and recovery in case of bad or corrupt firmware) Now we need to remove the device that we have installed but leave the drivers in the operating system. To do that, in the Device Manager window we expand Ports (COM & LPT) section.
Update My Display Driver Windows 10. Update: A Windows 10 driver now exists for the USB2-E1000. However, it will not appear in the CD that comes with the adapter until the next lot of adapters is shipped. The updated driver can be downloaded from this link:.
If you are not able to connect to the Internet without installing the driver, you can download it onto a flash drive on another computer and use that to install it. In testing Plugable’s USB-Ethernet adapters with Windows 10, we were happy to discover they all work successfully when their drivers are properly installed.
However, an installation problem could cause issues with the. Drivers are already built into Windows 10 for the ASIX AX88772 chip in our and and the ASIX AX88179 chip in our,, and. When you insert these adapters into a USB port, the drivers are automatically installed with no need for an internet connection. However, the driver for the ASIX AX88178 chip in our USB2-E1000 is not pre-installed in Windows 10, and we have discovered a problem with the downloadable driver that keeps it from installing. If this happens, the adapter will show up in Device Manager as “AX88178” with a Code 28 error: “”Drivers for this device are not installed.” There are several ways to work around this issue, depending on the scenario: 1.