Getting the RTL-SDR to work in Windows 10

The RTL-SDR is fully compatible with Windows 10. However with the recent release of Windows 10 some users have been having trouble using their RTL-SDR after upgrading. We thought that we'd announce that the simple solution to most problems is to reinstall the SDR drivers with Zadig. The latest version of Zadig can be downloaded from zadig.akeo.ie or if you use SDR# then it will already be in your SDR# folder. The process is:

  1. Plug in the RTL-SDR.
  2. Run Zadig as administrator by right clicking it and choosing run as administrator.
  3. Go to Options -> List all devices and make sure it is checked.
  4. In the drop down box choose Bulk-In, Interface (Interface 0). This may also sometimes show up as something prefixed with "RTL28328U". That choice is also valid.
  5. Make sure that WinUSB is selected as the target driver and click on Replace Driver.

If you need more help see the Quickstart Guide. (NOTE: If you have come across this post before the quickstart guide, be sure to use the quickstart guide as your first point of reference for installing RTL-SDR drivers and software!)

The Windows 10 upgrade process appears to replace the WinUSB drivers with the Windows DVB-T ones, so reinstalling the SDR drivers is necessary. It shouldn't be necessary, but one user also reported the need to log in to Windows with an administrator account and to uninstall the current drivers before running Zadig, so try that if you continue to have problems.

As in our previous post we can confirm that several popular SDR apps such as SDR#, HDSDR, SDR-Radio, CubicSDR and Unitrunker all work fine in Windows 10.

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L G

I followed the quick guide to install SDR sharp on a Dell Latitude e7240 and it did not work.In Bulk Driver shows no driver

janeksp6

Chcąc użyć dongla RTL 2832 dla DVB-T zainstaluj sterowniki z płytki CD producenta dongla RTL 2832
Odpowiednie software do odbioru DVB-T jest www. Prog DVB Ale Dongiel nie odbierze DVB-T2 HEVC 265

janeksp6

Użyj HUB W programach HDSDR /SDRSharp wybierasz który dongiel ma być użyty np. FC0012 lub FC0013 czy AIRSPY HUB to jest 4 wejścia USB nie ma znaczenia czy WIN 10, WIN 7 lub WIN XP

Game Coins and Spins

For the time being until I switch to 64 bit, I have to use Linux based RTL SDR software on a flash drive. I know, the struggle is real. Let me check the other side.

Amit

I had the same issue several weeks ago in my Windows 10 and I was devastated since I wasn’t able to run forked WhatsApp versions i.e WA Plus. But thanks to this article for helping me solve the problem. https://www.rogtechs.com/whatsapp-plus-download/

Mani

Thank you for sharing this article. The information you’ve supplied is superior to that of another blog.

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sunil

I tried on 2 different window 10 machine. I get blank under device.I followed the instructions word by word. Only difference is I dont get “replace driver” but I get “install driver” seems like there was no previous driver.

Frank

Frank – I followed all the steps rtl-test looks like I’m good- In SDR# all I see is RTL-SDR TCP no RTL-SDR UBS

simplio

Works good in Windows 10 1903 and 1909 the standard method. Just disable device driver updates in windows updates.
https://imgur.com/JzLlqXM

goodiro

How can i run 2 rtl-sdr dongles on windows 10?

OL3R

Cant install Zadig driver in Win10 ? System says: “driver instalation blocked by system group policy, contact administrator” ?

If you have this problem, try run regedit and locate this:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\DeviceInstall\Restrictions

The reason why driver instalation is blocked found in this parameter: “DenyUnspecified”, with parameter 1. Change it to 0(zero).

Seems the Windows10 system initialy blocks driver instalation for all unspecified equipments. It probably means drivers for equipment without WCID. Register parameter change described above will solve the problem.

Marc

I do not have this key in my w10 🙁

rossjonnes

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J Egg

I have run the this download and the Zadig function several times. I now no longer have a ‘bulk-in interface 0’ option in Zadig. Another website said if I did not have that option to select the ‘RTL2838UHIDIR’ instead and install the driver. I have now installed the ‘WinUSB (v6.1.7600.16385)’ driver. When I open SDRSharp and select the “RTL-SDR (USB)” as the source and click the play button, I get an error saying “No Audio playback device found.” There is nothing showing on my spectrum. I have no idea what to do now. I am using the NESDR SMARTeeXTR dongle by NooElec. Please help.

Alex

Hello,
The driver install fails.
zadig_v2.0.1.160
Windows 10.
default driver set to ‘WinUSB’
Log:
Using inf name: Bulk-In,_Interface_(Interface_0).inf
Succesfully extracted driver files.
Installing driver. Please wait…
libwdi:info [extract_binaries] successfully extracted driver files to C:\usb_driver
libwdi:info [wdi_prepare_driver] succesfully created ‘C:\usb_driver\Bulk-In,_Interface_(Interface_0).inf’
libwdi:info [wdi_prepare_driver] Vista or later detected – creating and self-signing a .cat file…
libwdi:info [ScanDirAndHash] added hash for ‘C:\usb_driver\amd64\wdfcoinstaller01011.dll’
libwdi:info [ScanDirAndHash] added hash for ‘C:\usb_driver\amd64\winusbcoinstaller2.dll’
libwdi:info [ScanDirAndHash] added hash for ‘C:\usb_driver\bulk-in,_interface_(interface_0).inf’
libwdi:info [ScanDirAndHash] added hash for ‘C:\usb_driver\x86\wdfcoinstaller01011.dll’
libwdi:info [ScanDirAndHash] added hash for ‘C:\usb_driver\x86\winusbcoinstaller2.dll’
libwdi:info [CreateCat] successfully created file ‘C:\usb_driver\Bulk-In,_Interface_(Interface_0).cat’
libwdi:info [RemoveCertFromStore] deleted existing certificate ‘CN=USB\VID_0BDA&PID_2838&MI_00 (libwdi autogenerated)’ from ‘Root’ store
libwdi:info [RemoveCertFromStore] deleted existing certificate ‘CN=USB\VID_0BDA&PID_2838&MI_00 (libwdi autogenerated)’ from ‘TrustedPublisher’ store
libwdi:info [CreateSelfSignedCert] created new self-signed certificate ‘CN=USB\VID_0BDA&PID_2838&MI_00 (libwdi autogenerated)’
libwdi:info [SelfSignFile] added certificate ‘CN=USB\VID_0BDA&PID_2838&MI_00 (libwdi autogenerated)’ to ‘Root’ and ‘TrustedPublisher’ stores
libwdi:info [SelfSignFile] successfully signed file ‘C:\usb_driver\Bulk-In,_Interface_(Interface_0).cat’
libwdi:info [SelfSignFile] successfully deleted private key
Driver Installation: FAILED (Invalid parameter)
5 devices found.

Min Thant

Are there whoever encounter with invalid parameter problem and solve?

Dave

The driver install fails. Requires 64 bit driver.
Zadig 2.4.720
Windows 10 64-bit (Build 17134)
ini file ‘zadig.ini’ not found – default parameters will be used
default driver set to ‘WinUSB’
0 devices found.
6 devices found.
libwdi:debug [wdi_create_list] Hardware ID: USB\VID_03F0&PID_0024&REV_0130
libwdi:debug [wdi_create_list] Compatible ID: USB\Class_03&SubClass_01&Prot_01
libwdi:debug [wdi_create_list] Driver version: 10.0.17134.112
libwdi:debug [wdi_create_list] HidUsb USB device (1): USB\VID_03F0&PID_0024\6&1778337&0&4
libwdi:debug [wdi_create_list] Device description: ‘HP Basic USB Keyboard’
libwdi:debug [wdi_create_list] Hardware ID: USB\VID_0BDA&PID_2838&REV_0100&MI_00
libwdi:debug [wdi_create_list] Compatible ID: USB\Class_ff&SubClass_ff&Prot_ff
libwdi:debug [wdi_create_list] Upper filter: RTL2832UBDA
libwdi:debug [wdi_create_list] Driver version: 64.1.802.2010
libwdi:debug [wdi_create_list] RTL2832UUSB USB device (4): USB\VID_0BDA&PID_2838&MI_00\7&38A180A5&0&0000
libwdi:debug [wdi_create_list] Device description: ‘Bulk-In, Interface (Interface 0)’
libwdi:debug [wdi_create_list] Hardware ID: USB\VID_04F2&PID_0939&REV_0100
libwdi:debug [wdi_create_list] Compatible ID: USB\Class_03&SubClass_01&Prot_02
libwdi:debug [wdi_create_list] Driver version: 10.0.17134.112
libwdi:debug [wdi_create_list] HidUsb USB device (5): USB\VID_04F2&PID_0939\6&1778337&0&3
libwdi:debug [wdi_create_list] Device description: ‘USB Optical Mouse’
libwdi:debug [wdi_create_list] Hardware ID: USB\VID_051D&PID_0002&REV_0006
libwdi:debug [wdi_create_list] Compatible ID: USB\Class_03&SubClass_01&Prot_00
libwdi:debug [wdi_create_list] Driver version: 10.0.17134.112
libwdi:debug [wdi_create_list] HidUsb USB device (6): USB\VID_051D&PID_0002\NB9850002122
libwdi:debug [wdi_create_list] Device description: ‘BackUPS Pro 350 FW:15.3.D USB FW: 3’
libwdi:debug [wdi_create_list] Hardware ID: USB\VID_0BDA&PID_2838&REV_0100&MI_01
libwdi:debug [wdi_create_list] Compatible ID: USB\Class_ff&SubClass_ff&Prot_ff
libwdi:debug [wdi_create_list] Driver version: 8664.1.1019.2010
libwdi:debug [wdi_create_list] RTL2832U_IRHID USB device (7): USB\VID_0BDA&PID_2838&MI_01\7&38A180A5&0&0001
libwdi:debug [wdi_create_list] Device description: ‘Bulk-In, Interface (Interface 1)’
libwdi:debug [wdi_create_list] Hardware ID: USB\VID_0403&PID_6001&REV_0600
libwdi:debug [wdi_create_list] Compatible ID: USB\Class_FF&SubClass_FF&Prot_FF
libwdi:debug [wdi_create_list] Driver version: 2.12.28.0
libwdi:debug [wdi_create_list] FTDIBUS USB device (8): USB\VID_0403&PID_6001\A505MM0A
libwdi:debug [wdi_create_list] Device description: ‘FT232R USB UART’
Using inf name: Bulk-In_Interface_(Interface_0).inf
Successfully extracted driver files.
Installing driver. Please wait…
libwdi:info [extract_binaries] successfully extracted driver files to C:\Users\dzari\usb_driver
libwdi:info [wdi_prepare_driver] successfully created ‘C:\Users\dzari\usb_driver\Bulk-In_Interface_(Interface_0).inf’
libwdi:info [wdi_prepare_driver] Creating and self-signing a .cat file…
libwdi:debug [AddFileHash] ‘wdfcoinstaller01011.dll’: PE type
libwdi:info [ScanDirAndHash] added hash for ‘C:\Users\dzari\usb_driver\amd64\wdfcoinstaller01011.dll’
libwdi:debug [AddFileHash] ‘winusbcoinstaller2.dll’: PE type
libwdi:info [ScanDirAndHash] added hash for ‘C:\Users\dzari\usb_driver\amd64\winusbcoinstaller2.dll’
libwdi:debug [AddFileHash] ‘bulk-in_interface_(interface_0).inf’: INF type
libwdi:info [ScanDirAndHash] added hash for ‘C:\Users\dzari\usb_driver\bulk-in_interface_(interface_0).inf’
libwdi:debug [AddFileHash] ‘wdfcoinstaller01011.dll’: PE type
libwdi:info [ScanDirAndHash] added hash for ‘C:\Users\dzari\usb_driver\x86\wdfcoinstaller01011.dll’
libwdi:debug [AddFileHash] ‘winusbcoinstaller2.dll’: PE type
libwdi:info [ScanDirAndHash] added hash for ‘C:\Users\dzari\usb_driver\x86\winusbcoinstaller2.dll’
libwdi:info [CreateCat] successfully created file ‘C:\Users\dzari\usb_driver\Bulk-In_Interface_(Interface_0).cat’
libwdi:info [RemoveCertFromStore] deleted existing certificate ‘CN=USB\VID_0BDA&PID_2838&MI_00 (libwdi autogenerated)’ from ‘Root’ store
libwdi:info [RemoveCertFromStore] deleted existing certificate ‘CN=USB\VID_0BDA&PID_2838&MI_00 (libwdi autogenerated)’ from ‘TrustedPublisher’ store
libwdi:debug [CreateSelfSignedCert] set Enhanced Key Usage, URL and CPS
libwdi:debug [CreateSelfSignedCert] created new key container
libwdi:debug [CreateSelfSignedCert] generated new keypair
libwdi:info [CreateSelfSignedCert] created new self-signed certificate ‘CN=USB\VID_0BDA&PID_2838&MI_00 (libwdi autogenerated)’
libwdi:debug [SelfSignFile] successfully created certificate ‘CN=USB\VID_0BDA&PID_2838&MI_00 (libwdi autogenerated)’
libwdi:info [SelfSignFile] added certificate ‘CN=USB\VID_0BDA&PID_2838&MI_00 (libwdi autogenerated)’ to ‘Root’ and ‘TrustedPublisher’ stores
libwdi:info [SelfSignFile] successfully signed file ‘C:\Users\dzari\usb_driver\Bulk-In_Interface_(Interface_0).cat’
libwdi:info [SelfSignFile] successfully deleted private key
libwdi:debug [wdi_install_driver] using progress bar mode
libwdi:error [install_driver_internal] this application does not contain the required 64 bit installer
libwdi:error [install_driver_internal] please contact the application provider for a 64 bit compatible version
Driver Installation: FAILED (Requested resource not found)

Henry

Hi, Server timed out on initial post. Sorry if this shows up twice. Having trouble getting RTL-SDR V.3 to show up as a source in AirSpy. Device manager shows USB devices / Bulk-In, Interface (Interface 0), and Human Interface devices / HID Infrared Remote Receiver. They both go away if I remove the RTL-SDR, so I assume that it installed OK. Any help appreciated.

Jon Kreski

Have a new Dell Windows 10 PC and have used RTL-SDR, SDR# and Zadig extensively – always worked. When I install the RTL-SDR driver and look in SDR# it shows EZCAP instead of RTL-SDR and crashes when I try to start the tuner. What am I missing? I tried running as Administrator with no luck.

Jon Kreski

I fixed it. Followed Step 5 – above. Ran the install batch file. That downloaded the required driver files. Then I went back into Zadig (ran as Administrator) and did the re-install driver process. Started SDR# and SDR-Console – both worked like a charm. Great pieces of free software. Thanks to whomever put all the effort into those gems!

janeksp6

Przed uruchomieniem ZADIG dongla wyjmij i ponownie włóż

jaakko

Gqrx SDR Ubuntu work easily, win 10 is not intended for other than its own programs and browsing the web

Juanro

Final solution for Windows 10 last update. Use this program first and then the Zadig: http://visualgdb.com/UsbDriverTool/

R vd Meer

The procedure i follow with windows 10 is insert the dongle,start zadig 2.3.
Make sure that list all devices is selected,from the pull down menu select bulkinterface 0
Replace driver with winusb.if it failed just do a reboot and try again it should work fine.
Download the zipfile relwithdebinfo,http://sdr.osmocom.org/trac/attachment/wiki/rtl-sdr/RelWithDebInfo.zip?wptouch_preview_theme=enabled
extract the zipfile.
Now copy the 32bit version of the driver to the sdr# folder not the 64 bit.
Startup sdr# and select from the pulldown menu rtlsdr usb.
Now you can go to settings and adjust the gain and select the dongle you want to use.
The number of dongles i use is about 4 to 6,
What i also noticed is if you put different drivers in the sdr# folder,example for plugins it can result in a crash of sdr#.
Hopefully it helps you guys with windows 10.

Alex

Thanks man. It worked like a charm for me.

Vlad

Perfect man. saved my day!

KK0DJ

I have two dongles… neither have I ever had them working. I have tried Zadig, I have gone through the steps on the sites that I have found through searching out this issue. It seems that it’s all a waste of time! Isn’t there someone who manufactures these things that provides software AND drivers that work in Windows 10? Very disgruntled and tired of the hours and hours chasing this stupid thing.

Tim

KK0DJ
I’m willing to help you off line if your still willing to get them going.
But first, what dongles are you using ?
[email protected]

KK0DJ

Tim… I tried to send a message to the email address you gave but it bounced. Will try again this morning. I entered [email protected] and will try that again. Thanks

Andy

I can’t get SDSharp to run just get the crash folder with this in it:
The type initializer for ‘PortAudioSharp.PortAudioAPI’ threw an exception.
at SDRSharp.Radio.dll.PortAudioAPI.Pa_GetDefaultInputDevice (IL offset: 0xffffffff)
at SDRSharp.Radio.dll.AudioDevice.GetDevices (IL offset: 0x6)
at SDRSharp.exe.MainForm.InitializeGUI (IL offset: 0x153)
at SDRSharp.exe.MainForm..ctor (IL offset: 0x150)
at SDRSharp.exe.Program.Main (IL offset: 0x6e)

Any Luck? I’m getting the same error:
The type initializer for ‘PortAudioSharp.PortAudioAPI’ threw an exception.
at SDRSharp.Radio.dll.PortAudioAPI.Pa_GetDefaultInputDevice (IL offset: 0xffffffff)
at SDRSharp.Radio.dll.AudioDevice.GetDevices (IL offset: 0x6)
at SDRSharp.exe.MainForm.InitializeGUI (IL offset: 0x153)
at SDRSharp.exe.MainForm..ctor (IL offset: 0x150)
at SDRSharp.exe.Program.Main (IL offset: 0x6e)

Dominic

Installed SDR# and replaced the driver on Win10, and SDR#won’t start, even in Admin

Anonymous

Windows 10 is shit, use windows 7 instead.

Max

Windows 10 is realy better than seven.

Jim Szatkowski

I keep getting “Cannot open AirSpy device” — any ideas?

Anonymous

I got it up on windows 10
I can not however connect to it via tcp 127.0.0.1:1234, the machine actively refused the connection.
I am trying to use https://github.com/bemasher/rtlamr to listen to my meter

I have tried “CheckNetIsolation LoopbackExempt -c” to remove all apps but I think maybe this may be only for windows apps.

Tim

to make the tcp work. You need to execute the rtl_tcp -a (your ip) in the cmd window.

Tim

more exact, rtl_tcp -a (your ip on the computer where the dongle is located)

AC9BX

Options for Windows 10:
open your Group Policy Editor (as Admin) – one way to do this is to search on your start menu or enter in a Run box gpedit.msc
Navigate to Computer Configuration > Administrative Templates > Windows Components > Windows Update
There you will find an entry “do not include drivers with Windows Update”
set it to enabled. This will be for all drivers, be warned.

There are other options there you may be interested in such as “no auto-restart with logged on users” – tired of Windows logging you out while you’re working?
Or disable “allow automatic updates immediate installation”, this means you will have to do it on your own.

Start Menu problems, Windows 10 has known issues with the Start Menu failing. Microsoft has a tool you can download to attempt to fix it. It may or may not work. Sometimes the tool will report that it didn’t fix it but it did indeed fix it. Windows 10 is a kludge. Go here https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/12385/windows-10-troubleshoot-problems-opening-start-menu-cortana and look for “try the troubleshooter”.
Attempting to uninstall built-in apps for Windows 10 will often break the Start Menu, other things apparently do as well.

STEPHANE TEOT

Using zadig to install rtl-sdr driver , it cannot complete the installation giving me a windows 1018 error. The name of dongle name appears with bulk 0 but driver installation cannot be completed and obviously the device is not found in sdrsharp 🙁 … any idea ? thanks !!!

Luis

With the upgrade to Windows 10 I have had to choose to either have Windows working correctly or being able to use HDSDR with the Zadig driver. If I install the Zadig driver, HDSDR works fine, but causes many important features to stop working on Windows 10, for example, the Windows 10 Start Menu/Button stops working, clicking on the search or Cortana search box does nothing, when trying to preview open applications on the task bar the menu that normally pops up to be able to close, minimize, etc. does not come out anymore by right clicking the application’s icon. Since the Start Menu/Button stops working, only way to restart or shut down the computer is to use ctrl, alt, delete to be able to do so. Researched the possible causes of the Windows 10 issues with no fix, by chance I ended up uninstalling the Zadig driver and Windows 10 started to work normally again. Just to make sure, I then tried on a different computer with Windows 10 and the same thing happened. I need my PC working correctly so no HDSDR and Zadig for me anymore…

clifford wright

A new problem with Windows 10. BTW I have reinstalled using Zadig several times and turned off (I think) the automatic USB upgrades. It works perfectly, for about 5 to 10 minutes and then crashes. Sometimes it can be restarted but it crashes very soon after that. Does anyone know if Win 10 is somehow still snaking in an upgrade,behind my back?

Peter G

I’m having the exact same problem, SDR# crashes after about 5 minutes. Started happening out of nowhere, so suspecting one of the recent Windows updates as well.

Alphie

Hi. Im having a similar problem after upgrade to win10 64 bits. Sdr# crashes randomly with Realtek dongle. It sometimes works well for just 5 mins and other Times 30 minutes Or more. Tried replacing driver with older zadig, disable anti vírus, checking mouse options as the crashes are more often when i use the trackpad. I also have various copies of sdr# on diferent folders for the keneerd and hf experimental drivers but Guess this is not the problem since all use the same zadig driver i think. Any suggestion?

Alphie

After some time looking for options to change i finaly solved my problem. Looks like on order for this to work, at least on my win10, i nedded to go to advanced power saving options and disable the option as when my laptop is conected to plug and battery. After that all is working as it should.

Alphie

Sorry but the option did not appear on the last post. The option to disable is: selective usb suspension.

mitch

Hi, had the same problem sdr# not seeing the rtl-sdr device. using zadig driver. to fix i copied the rtlsdr.dll file in the zadig directory to the sdr# directory, it copied ok and did not over wright any files(i was missing the dll), and then started sdr# – it is able to access the rtl-sdr device and is working ok now.
Hope this helps.
Regards
Mitch

SA

Thank you! This worked for me.

DanM

Worked for me too

Tony

The zadig did the trick for Windows 10. No problem. My next project will by trying skywave Linux on my laptop. The windows laptop is my girlfriend’s.

Dean Denton

When I ‘try’ to open SDR Sharp, nothing happens, and a file called ‘crash.txt’ is created. This happens every time! It’s annoying. In crash.txt this is shown:

Configuration system failed to initialize
at System.Configuration.dll.ClientConfigurationSystem.EnsureInit (IL offset: 0x120)
at System.Configuration.dll.ClientConfigurationSystem.PrepareClientConfigSystem (IL offset: 0x8)
at System.Configuration.dll.ClientConfigurationSystem.System.Configuration.Internal.IInternalConfigSystem.GetSection (IL offset: 0x0)
at System.Configuration.dll.ConfigurationManager.get_AppSettings (IL offset: 0x0)
at SDRSharp.exe.Program.Main (IL offset: 0x3d)

—————-
Please Help me!!! Thank You

Dean

Jonathon Pearce

Can anyone help…..
I have an SDR R820T Nooelec dongle and it works fine under HDSDR but always get device not found. Running Win10 on Surface Pro and suspect it may be the USB3. If it wasn’t running on HDSDR I would suspect a driver but having run zadig and also can see it in device manager it is not the driver. Also downloaded and run the install file so if it is not the USB3 which I suspect is fine as HDSDR works fine it must be SDR# and a missing dll.

Please help as I am seriously frustrated!

Jonathon Pearce

Sorry to clarify its device not found in SDR#. HDSDR is great!
Also please don’t suggest zadig been there, done that to death!

Adam Ebel

I tried to the same thing, and there is no joy, and I am running a Windows 10 32 bit operating system. Now I know I need to get a 64 bit operating system installed soon just to get this software to work. For the time being until I switch to 64 bit, I have to use linux based RTL SDR software on a flash drive. I know, the struggle is real.

Larry Dighera

Just installed CubicSDR on a Pipo9 “tablet” running Windows 10 32-bit, and don’t see any spectrum nor waterfall. SDR#, HDSDR, and SDR-Console work fine with the RTL-SDR dongle (love the TCXO by the way). What do I need to do to see signals?

ADVthanksANCE

Best regards,
Larry

Lee Donaghy

Right pain getting it working on Win10 after i reinstalled windows, kept messing about with zadig and trying to install them manually in device manager but to no avail.
then i tried rtl_test and it saw it, so the problem was sdrsharp! it was missing rtlsdr.dll sigh.
downloaded it and all was working…

Josh

Thank you!!

DH0KAI

I had the same situation on windows 10 it says device not found!
Manfred

alexandre27

I had two PCS on W8. One ran SDR# without pb I could never get it the other to work (no explanation found). On W10 my new PC runs reliably SDR# . Try to desinstall and reinstall the driver ?

Hiram

For the life of me I can’t get Zadig 2.1.2 drivers to work on Windows 10. They install, but when I run SDR# with my RTL connected – it says “device not found”. I have had them working on 8.1, but for some reason they don’t seem to work on Windows 10 – any thoughts?

bzorg

Works on W seven, but not in W10 with “no device found” error even I saw this works perfectly on https://www.rtl-sdr.com/testing-the-rtl-sdr-on-windows-10/ !