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Confirmed for me SDIO doesn’t show drivers for w11. Tested on two different machines.
I have tested SDIO on a different w11 computer and it shows no available drivers. Standard SDI works just fine with same drivers and indexes.
But why it’s crashing?
I have found out that SDIO always freaks out if I delete the INDEXES folder (even with unmodified driver files). Here are some logs.
Tried downloading those pending updates? Just a shot in the dark.
Try also toggling on and off the “newer” tickmark.16 August, 2023 at 5:57 pm in reply to: Driver ID\PCI Conflict – Two drivers with the Same ID (‘PCI\CC_010802’) #6064
I noticed this one as well the other day on a newly formatted AMD system. It seemed odd to me so I didn’t install it. That’s why I always recommend doing a Restore Point before installing.
Good day. Definitely this doesn’t work for me. Trying to attach logs now.
I will have to recheck on monday. What I have noticed is that the version offered to download from Internet (Realtek DCH driver – Asus, Asrock) does not match my mainboard maker (MSI).
This does not work at all, at least for me. After waiting for a while, it says it cannot install (error 0), so I have to avoid those (Internet) driver offerings. It seems like a bug to me, like index doesn’t match downloaded driver file or something.
I will try later today, but it seems it stalls at 0% forever.