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Old 05-24-2019, 02:01 PM   #2
Wim
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Hi.

I think this problem is covered here, as I think you have an older auto install adapter:

https://support.displaylink.com/know...-on-windows-10

DISPLAYLINK DEVICES WITH AUTO INSTALL
Up until 2009, a few devices based on DisplayLink technology included an auto install driver feature. This required the DisplayLink USB driver to switch the device from being a mass storage device to a video device. On Windows 10, we use the Microsoft USB driver, and this does not support the switching between a mass storage device and a video device.
Therefore it is not possible to support these DisplayLink enabled devices on Windows 10.

DEVICE MANAGER - ERROR CODE 10
There have been some instances of DisplayLink devices with a yellow "!" in device manager, and opening the properties shows that they have an error code 10. This has been either due to a faulty device, or due to a device with auto install (which are not supported as covered above) and the DisplayLink video driver is trying to talk to the wrong interface putting it into an error state.

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