I am unable to install driver version 3.26.0 for the Geek Pulse on Windows 10. I get an error that Windows cannot verify the digital signature for the drivers required for this device.
Anyone else seeing this problem?
While I don't have/ see the Windows Signature issue, I do have a No USB device Info/ detect issue, in either on the two USB 3.1 Gen 1 front ports, on version LH 3.26.0; Tried power cycles, unplug-replug- nothing works. The older version 2.29.0 works fine on both ports. Geek Out 2A 1.5, Revision v1.50, Windows 10Pro, version 1803
I just can't believe this is still an issue. I'm really disappointed in LH Labs. I can't see buying from you guys again. I can't recommend your products.
Hey everyone, have you used driver 2.29? I am using that on Windows 10 and it is rock solid.
Any news about a fix?
I have the same issue (GO V1, Win 10 Pro x64 Creators update). Very disappointing
Hi Frank and Asher, thank you for the prompt reply. I have informed Larry of this and we are working on a newer driver to resolve this matter. Disabling Driver Enforcement does resolve this but it can be a bit tedious disabling it after a Windows reboot however, not all customers have complained about this after updating, only a handful have but that is indeed enough to require a newer driver for release. This will be posted as soon as it is released!
I have the same issue - Windows 10, driver comes up as unsigned, and Windows won't accept it.
I followed instructions online to temporarily disable driver signing checks, and that let me install it, but that makes the device only show up when I boot into the Windows mode with driver signing checks off. When I boot into normal Windows mode, the device no longer shows up.
Using a Geek Out V1 (1000mw).
Why is this not fixed yet????
I have the same issue, of course. Anybody with a new install of Windows 10 is going to get this.
Would be interesting to know what fixes/enhancements are in the latest driver that would compel one to upgrade. Haven't had any problems with 2.x and W10.