DNLuckie Posted August 7, 2021 Report Share Posted August 7, 2021 None of my vaping devices are recognized by Windows 10 anymore. This includes a Lost Vape Paranormal (250C) and a Lost Vape Therion BF (DNA75). But this also includes several Eleaf devices and a Smoant Charon 218 TC that all support firmware updates using their own Windows programs. I have tried every available remedy. Swapped cables. Swapped ports. Swapped Windows computers. Uninstalled USB drivers. Plugged into USB hubs (2.0 and 3.0). Uninstalled drivers, restarted PC, reinstalled drivers. Uninstalled and reinstalled software. Each vape device is connected--they will all charge and disconnecting them removes the error message in Device Manager. All other USB devices work normally, including my wireless mouse adapter, two external hard drives, two USB thumb drives, one Samsung Galaxy S9 and an old iPhone 6s. My theory now is that a Windows update that "improved" security has changed the USB handshake protocol, or something. Certain devices that don't have the right credentials are not recognized. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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