I'm having some technical challenges successfully installing the software. I'm using a Surface Pro X (or trying to). I have an RTL-SDR connected to a USB to USB-C Adapter. When I plug it into the top USB-C port on the Surface, I get the two "Bulk-In, Interface" devices appearing. When I plug it into the lower USB-C port, I get the sound, but nothing shows up. I got the .NET 5 (x86) software installed, and Airspy runs, but I'm having issues doing the driver replacement.
When running Zadig (as admin), I get an error and the driver doesn't install. Specifically it says "Driver installation: FAILED (Attempted to use a 32 bit installer on a 64 bit machine)"
I found another forum where there was discussion of this being a limitation of ARM64 processors, and someone posted a potential hack (used on a Raspberry Pie) which might work: https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/win ... 843e9bdbf4
Unfortunately, even when connected, I'm unable to get the necessary VID, PID, Manufacturer name, or Device name, so I can't execute the devcon command.
It would be a real pity having to return the RTL-SDR because it isn't compatible. Any thoughts?
Any thoughts? Thanks and cheers!
EDIT: Updated title to indicate an issue
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