Joined: 15 Nov 2012
Location: Columbus, OH USA
Same issue here and I found a work around. If you start Command Prompt as an admin and run the install file from CMD it will install.
I had it working but now it seems to be not working properly. My Radius sees that the channel is not connected.
I tried reinstalling the driver but it didnt help. Firewall is also turned off.
Yeah I figured out in a recent build (Ive been running the insider builds since beginning) that msiexec /i at a "admin" command prompt did the trick.
I haven't seen that issue your having but one issue I did have is some in and outs were not working when I would bring up "playback devices" by the system tray and click for example right click "test" on Livewire out 01 it would say "error playing test tone"
I found a solution to get that working I right clicked and clicked "disable" and then right clicked "enable" and now I can play audio out of all the channels.
So far things seem fine but this is a "utility" machine that doesn't get much use except for production and some skyping here and there.
Ah the joys of a fresh new operating system. Overall I like Windows 10 though over Windows 8.1
Joined: 25 May 2007
Location: San Luis Obispo, CA
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Joined: 10 Feb 2016
Location: Oslo - Norway
I've did a couple of installs on Win 10, and it all works perfectly well.
Even Virtual PC's under VMWare seems to work quite good, as long as the NIC's are bridged and not pushing more than 8-10 channels.
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