Windows 10: After update, remote station's device plugged into USB port must be manually plugged back...

Discus and support After update, remote station's device plugged into USB port must be manually plugged back... in Windows 10 Drivers and Hardware to solve the problem; So we have a remote computer that is connected to our product that collects and sends data, but the problem is that every time Windows 10 updates, the... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Drivers and Hardware' started by IDEAL IT, Jun 12, 2019.

  1. IDEAL IT Win User

    After update, remote station's device plugged into USB port must be manually plugged back...


    So we have a remote computer that is connected to our product that collects and sends data, but the problem is that every time Windows 10 updates, the device that we use to talk to our product that is connected through the USB port stops working. Can we just turn off Windows Updates or is there another way to turn off and on that USB port with some sort of software or hardware without calling the client and asking them to replug the USB cable?

    :)
     
    IDEAL IT, Jun 12, 2019
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  2. Moving device to different USB port = NIGHTMARE!

    Hi all,

    Is anyone else having this problem? I have 6 USB 2.0 ports and a 4x Hub plugged into one of them, and if more any device from one USB port to another, Windows thinks I'm plugging in a new device, and needs to go through the whole process of installing both the drivers and the software (in correct order yada yada) EACH time this is done.

    I have 4 cables plugged into the 4 main USB ports, and everytime I unplug them all to open the case, I never know which ones went in which one so I whack them all back in, boot up, and have to go through settings them all up again! Its a NIGHTMARE! *Mad After update, remote station's device plugged into USB port must be manually plugged back... :mad:

    Examples so far that needed reinstalling when switched USB ports:
    Vimicro Webcam - cannot just choose drivers again, need to reinstall off cd (even though cd recognises drivers are already installed - windows doesn't!!)
    Logitech MX700 mouse - movement of mouse is automatically enabled, but MouseWare software needs to be reinstalled
    Belkin USB 802.11g adapter - Complete and total nightmare, needs fully uninstalling and manually uninstall service before reinstall

    The list goes on... I thought USB was plug and play!! Not only is it not plug and play (you need to install drivers/software, then plug in, then install drivers again!), but you can't even swap ports, they are considered by windows to be totally seperate and unconnected devices.

    Any opinions/workarounds/advice/flame?
     
    Pinksteady, Jun 12, 2019
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  3. Jonatino Win User
    Rear audio ports always show as “Not plugged in”


    I've been having this issue with Windows for about a week now which NONE of the back panel/front panel connectors (speakers, microphone) are being recognized by Realtek audio manager. The only audio input/outputs that are showing are the optical.
    Troubling shooting steps I've tried (none worked):

    • COMPLETELY uninstall all Realtek drivers/reinstall
    • Tried using windows drivers
    • Reinstall Windows 10
    • Upgraded chipset driver
    • sfc /scannow
    I called EVGA and asked for RMA but then I booted into a Ubuntu OS and all the ports work FINE. It must be a problem with windows 10.
    Can you think of any other troubling shooting step I can try to fix this annoying issue? Thanks!
    Screenshot of playback devices:

    After update, remote station's device plugged into USB port must be manually plugged back... [​IMG]

    Screenshot of Realtek HD Audio Manager:

    After update, remote station's device plugged into USB port must be manually plugged back... [​IMG]

    After looking in Device Manager under Audio inputs and outputs, I don't see any speaker/microphone listings, only the optical crap:

    After update, remote station's device plugged into USB port must be manually plugged back... [​IMG]
     
    Jonatino, Jun 12, 2019
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  4. After update, remote station's device plugged into USB port must be manually plugged back...

    USB devices not working after Device Manager spring clean


    The USB ports started failing intermittently again and then permanently.

    Reinstalled 1703 again and that fixed it for a while then they started failing again.

    When I plug in any peripheral it shows up in device manager with the exclamation mark.

    I right-click 'update driver'
    Choose 'browse my computer...'
    'Let me pick from a list of...'
    Select the best candidate

    Then the device will work. Until it is unplugged and plugged in again...

    Then we are back to square one for that device.

    Are there any suggestions for kicking the USB hub back to life so it recognises ordinary USB devices like mouses and keyboards without a manual driver update?
     
    mojorising, Jun 12, 2019
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