Cypress sent me a new driver, version 18.104.22.168, along with a statement from Microsoft that this was certified for Windows 10… However, it looks like this is their generic driver. I modified it by replacing the strings in the cyusb3.inf file with the corresponding strings in the LimeSDR version of the same file. When I tried installing the modified driver, Windows started the process then quit, saying that Windows already has the best driver for the LimeSDR.
I suppose I could try wiping the firmware from the Cypress USB chip and revert it to the default firmware so that Windows would see it as a Cypress device, and then install their new generic driver, but I think that at this point it would be better if someone from Lime/MyriadRF got involved. You seem to be a good person to talk to about this.
The engineer from Cypress that I have been working with is “Hemanth” and the tech support case number is 00400410. I also suggested to him that he might contact Lime himself, since you are his customers.
My concern is that if there truly is an incompatibility with your driver and the ASUS motherboard, it will probably affect other motherboards for the Intel 8th gen CPU since they all tend to use the same chipsets and BIOS. Also, I assume that you don’t like the fact that Microsoft has blacklisted your driver even if it is just for ASUS.
Meanwhile, as Marty says, there’s always Linux!