I have 2 Yaesu radio transceivers that are each connected to a separate HP Windows x64 computer. The 1st radio uses a separate device containing CP2105 drivers to allow CAT control of the radio, by the computer. This system worked fine until the radios CAT feature crashed (has since been repaired). Shortly after this, Windows came out with an update which was downloaded to each computer. While waiting for repairs to the 1st radio, I tried to download CP2105 drivers to the 2nd computer. The process advised that the drivers downloaded successfully, but they could not be located on the computer. Checked with Yaesu USA - they have no knowledge of this problem, but have sent a request to Japan for clarification. After repair, the 1st radio was again connected to its computer, but the CAT control no longer works. I uninstalled the drivers and installed the newest version - the drivers supposedly install but cannot be located. It appears my problem might be related to the Windows update as I have an HP notebook computer with an older version of Windows 10 and an older version of the drivers - this system still works. Has anyone else experienced this problem and if so, was the problem resolved?
Still issues here?
VCP v10.1.7 (and later as subsequent releases are released) is available from Windows Update. (Go to Device Manager, select the device, select "update driver", select "search online").
Windows logs install-related activity -- including errors if they should occur -- in C:\Windows\INF\setupapi.dev.log. The timestamped log entries in that text file are usually the first level of self-support for install issues.
you could download driver here to see if it works.
As to Windows update, I guess this KBA helps