This document explains how to install the Arduino Software (IDE) on Windows machines. Everything you need to use the Arduino Software (IDE), including the drivers.
I am having an issue in windows 10. I am trying to install a driver for an arduino uno. When I plug the arduino in, windows automatically installs some driver for it. It is not the proper driver, and windows will not let me change the driver by right clicking the device in device manger, and selecting update driver. These are the options that I have selected in the system settings: This how I am going about installing the driver: And this is what windows keeps telling me: I don't know what else to do. It is getting on my nerves.
And, yes, I have restarted windows so that the changes can take effect. OP- Drivers in Windows 10. Airpcap Driver For Windows 10 there. Hi Clifford, Thanks for posting your query on Microsoft Community. We regret for the inconvenience caused and we will try our best to resolve the issue. This issue might occur due to some of the driver conflict.
I suggest you to uninstall the driver from device manager, download the latest USB driver for Arduino Uno form the manufacturer’s website and install it. Follow the below steps: Step 1: Uninstall the USB driver for Arduino Uno. 1) Press Windows key + x and select Device Manager. 2) Expand the USB controller. 3) Right click on the Arduino Uno driver and select Uninstall. Intel Driver Update Utility Not Working Windows 10. Step 2: Download the USB driver for Arduino Uno form the manufacturer’s website and install it.