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Issue with setting up Windows Hello with the Intel RealSense 3D camera. I'm using a Dell Venue 11 Pro, Windows 10 build 10240 updated with the. Installs the Intel® RealSense™ Depth Camera Manager for short-range and long-range cameras. Drivers: Windows® 10, 64-bit* Windows 8.1, 64-bit* Latest Latest: 2/4.

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As you can see by the included image during the setup of Windows Hello the camera does not initialize correctly. However, the camera works fine in Skype and in the tools of the Intel SDK and even Intel's demo game. I can get the camera to setup with a little patience and after that it does 'sort of' work, but as you can see there are issues. Intel High Definition Dsp Driver Windows 10 there. Also, I notice that when the system comes out of sleep mode the camera does not get activated and Windows Hello does not work, even though the 'Looking for you' icon is there. I am using the 1.4 drivers for the camera and on build 10240 will all updates. I have tried this camera on two motherboards, yes I actually swapped out MB's thinking it might be USB 3.0 related.

I went from an MSI Z87 mb to an ASUS Z97 mb, but same issue. Also, a complete reset of OS did not resolve issue either. I can plug the camera into my Samsung laptop running 10240 and it works just fine.

I unfortunately don't have any other systems right now with Windows 10 and USB 3. Dw1501 Driver Windows 10 more. 0 ports to test camera on, but will work on that. However, I don't think it's a camera issue. Any thoughts? Hi, Thanks for being a part of Windows insider program.

This issue might occur, due to driver conflict with motherboard. I would suggest you the try running hardware and device troubleshooter. Refer to the below steps: a ) Press the ‘Windows + C’ to activate the charms menu or move the mouse pointer to bottom right corner of the screen and you will get the charms menu. B) Click on ‘ search’ and select ‘ settings’ and type ‘ Troubleshooting’ and select ‘ troubleshooting’. C) Click on ‘ Hardware and Sound’ and select ‘ Hardware and Devices’ and click on next to run the troubleshooter. For more information, you may also refer to the below link: Note: Steps for windows 8/8.1 will also work fine with Windows 10 insider preview.