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Dotting an i here - did you run Zadig on this system?
Did you copy settings etc from the Windows 10 system?
On 20220731 18:04:09, Chris van Lint
I also noticed this, but dismissed
it as the potential cause, because when starting SDR-C and
clicking the <Definitions> followed by <search>,
the program has no trouble finding and identifying the dongle.
To demonstrate this I have added some more definitions to the
Radio Selection list. You will note there is even an original
device using the Elonics E4000 front end, which again works
fine on the W10 Laptop: Select Radio
I have several dongles. Some of them
are the ancient original ones and some of them are the "Second
Generation" versions which have the TCXO, built-in bias tee
and the facility to use them for HF. These latter ones are
both genuine Airspy and some are Chinese copies. All of them
work fine on the Laptop.
Photo representative of the dongles
On 31/07/2022 10:24, Simon Brown
That's what I noticed -
wondered about the exact dongle model. maybe a photo of the