Quote: Originally Posted by pastafrolla
Thanks, already did that before I posted this, it makes no difference, still installing drivers
. The most painful part is that I can't access gpedit. What's the point of that?
Weird. I just did it before and it prevents it grabbing drivers from Windows Update. Now that I think about it... I imagine that it would not help if the driver
is already in the system folder or on the external you plug in though...
Go re-install the driver, and purge it from your system via Device Manager (tick option to delete driver when removing the device). That should remove existing drivers.
However I can tell you though that enabling the GP did not help me, as it still seemed to auto-install (it was hard to tell if it was the installation wizard or the system noticing drivers were missing)... but prevented manual installations of drivers. Exactly what I did not want.
There may be a GP I missed though.
Best of luck. Sorry I couldn't help more.
Auto drivers saves so much time... except when the offered driver is incompatible. I wish there was a nice way to blacklist certain drivers.