Libusb-win32 Others Driver

If you decide you do not want to use K40 Whisperer you will need to remove the libUSB-win32 driver before the program that came with you K40 (Laser Draw or Corel Draw with Corel Laser) will work. The steps in the table below will walk you through removing the driver from your computer. After installing libusbwin32 (or similar), this didn't work anymore, since the USB device (the 'Patched MD380') was now occupied by the libusbwin32 'driver'! Unfortunately there is no way to switch back (via Zadig) to the 'original' driver.

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The issue with the OpenTX Radios not working as Joystick controller while connected via USB

One of the recent Windows 10 updates (the KB4515384 one to be precise) affected the drivers of USB devices and particularly Radios, running OpenTX, stopped woking with flight simulators. Some radio remote controllers may no longer be recognized correctly as HID device (Joystick). Those affected remotes can be FrSkyTaranis X9D, Taranis Q X7, X-Lite, X9 Lite, Jumper T12, T16 and others. This issue is still existing as I myself just ran into this problem after I reinstalled my notebook PC.

The symptoms of this issue are:

    • No Joystick device seen in “Set Up USB Game Controllers” window (Start -> Search -> enter “Set Up USB Game Controllers”) when Radio plugged into PC.
    • Device Manager shows plugged in Radio as “BETTER_USB_HS” device (sounds ironic, doesn’t it?)

How to fix the Windows 10 driver to make OpenTX radios work in the simulators

To get your remote controller working again, you should do the following steps:

Libusb-win32 Others Driver

Open Device manager (Start – > Search “Device Manager”)

Right click on the “BETTER_USB_HS“device, that is in the libusb-win32 devices group select the “Properties“.

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In the “Driver” tab click “Update driver” button.

Select “Browse my computer for driver software”.

Then “Let me pick from a list of available drivers on my computer”.

Then select the “USB Input Device” instead of the “BETTER_USB_HS“.

Driver information should change into this:

Thats it! You have fixed the USB driver issue. Now when the radio, running OpenTX, will be plugged to the PC, you should see it as USB Input Device in the Device Manager:

Also “FrSky Taranis Joystick” device should be seen in the Game Controllers list in the “Set up USB Game Controllers” window.

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Yesterday I’ve spent like 2 hours fighting to make USBasp ISP programmer work under Windows 10 64bit. Seriously, that was like some kind of nightmare that turned into a comedy. All web pages that I’ve found suggested following procedure:

  1. Download zadig
  2. Install libusb-win32
  3. Be happy

Unfortunately, in my case all attempts failed miserably. All I was getting from avrdude was

I’ve found a solution. Internet was wrong. libusb-win32 was not the correct driver for USBasp. The correct driver was libusbK (v3.0.7.0). After installing libusbK USBasp came back to life!