Hello, the latest update to the Windows Creator program has broken my Logitech Brio 4k camera and installing either the Logitech drivers, or going into my device manager, selecting the drivers, and using the standard Windows USB drivers does not work (like so many places are suggesting) I will get this error when selecting any driver for the camera: 'The Device cannot start. (code 10)' This error is given to me with the generic and specific Logitech drivers. Now, originally I figured I'd ask over on the Logitech forums, but I have an account and there's some weird random error where it recognizes my credentials and acts like I'm logged into my account, and then makes me do it over and over again, so I can't literally ask the question on their forum. (never had a problem before and I am not getting any password or account errors, just stuck in a loop of logging in.
The answers of the Logitech support on this topic on my request, why Windows Hello with Brio does not work: - 'Regrettably, I must tell you that Microsoft has. How To Uninstall All Drivers Windows 10.
I can still look at my full profile and make changes to it). Unfortunately, it is one of the first things I saw and tried. What I've had to go and do is delete all drivers in device manager, reboot, and I plugged in my Logitech 922 camera, and it was recognized and I'll use that for the time being. Not sure why the Brio is having such a weird issue. Intel C600 Driver Windows 10. It's almost like there are multiple competing drivers or something and it's interfering. I wonder if there is a way to absolutely 100% kill every single driver and instance of a camera driver in registry, and then start over from scratch? The Windows generic camera driver does get the Brio working correctly with Windows Hello, except (in my computer) for the first boot in the morning.