I did not actually remove the files from my personal folder, though I uninstalled the software. I cannot test that now as the receiver is not mine. The two that I have do "work" on Win10 with the audio/resoure issues described below.
The laptop has only USB3 ports. I have tried the receivers plugging them irectly in those and through v2 and v3 hubs with no impact. Also, I have tried them with and without the current doubler cable. Now, running under Win7, I have them directly on the laptop's USB ports.
I did look at the BIOS settings, too. The only thing I found there was the USB legacy support, which was on by default. Turning that off did not help.
I suspect there is a bug of some sorts in a rather low level, which causes a resource bottleneck somehere in the system. I suppose it could be in the audio subsystem. However, bypassing the Realtek sound card did not help either. The problem can be easily provoked when the S2 is on and you load some flash content in a browser and move the browser window at the same time.
Gesendet: Dienstag, 27. Oktober 2015 um 23:27 Uhr
Von: "'team_elad@...' team_elad@... [elad_sdr_en]"
Betreff: Re: [elad_sdr_en] Problem with Windows 10
Have you tried to reset the SW2 software to factory setting?
To restore factory setting you can delete o better move all files of the \(My) Documents\ELAD\FDM-SW2 folder to another directory.
Just a suggestion even if you report:
Any change on Bios setting on UBS ports can improve? have you available an USB 2.0 host port to try if improve?
73, Franco IU3ADL