I am using ESP32 development boards with CP2102. I have Surface3 running Win 10 Home, 1809.
When connected to the dev board, the USB Serial does not connect and configure. Device manager reports -
"This device is not configured correctly. (Code 1)
To find a driver for this device, click Update Driver."
Driver identifies "Device USB\VID_10C4&PID_EA60\6&646ea32&0&1 requires further installation." but I have not been able to find a way to get the driver to load correctly. I have been able to connect to the same board using a different PC so I believe the ESP32 board tob e functional.
Thanks - Barry
I try to install CP210x in a Win 10 Pro 1803 /all updates are installed).
Something is not ok.
But the driver is not (correctly) installed.
I have already searched many blogs. There are many entries but so far I have not found anything that helped.
Can it be that your driver is out of date?
How can I force an installation?
My impression is that the driver is not installed or not correctly ?
Maybe because of the signature?
First place to start is the Windows log file C:\Windows\INF\setupapi.dev.log. Look for "VID_10C4&PID_EA60".
That file is timestamped from oldest to newest, so look for the last activity logged against that VID/PID.
Generally, hardware-first installs allow you to right-click the device in device manager, Update Driver, select the directory/Folder that contains the INF file, and install. That will cause log entries, that we can use to look at this further.
Same to you, look in that same log file for your device's VID and PID. Signature should be OK, v10.1.4 is signed by Microsoft against Windows 10 RS5 and earlier (your 1803 is RS4 and it should be good for that).