Windows 10: [Share] Successfully installing Edirol UM-2 on Windows 10 Solved

  1.    12 Aug 2015 #1

    [Share] Successfully installing Edirol UM-2 on Windows 10


    First of all, all credit goes to this guy's blog: Make the Edirol or Roland UM-1 and UM-1X work on Windows 10 | Zodiacal Light

    Basically you need to download the 8.1 drivers (32 or 64 bit as appropriate), then extract the files.

    Then search the extracted folders for RDIF1009.INF or something similar. Modify the .inf file so all occurrences of "NTamd64.6.2" become "NTamd64.10.0". Then manually install the driver by going to device manager, right clicking on the "unknown device" (specifically the one with hardware ID USB\VID_0582&PID_0005) and "update driver...".

    If you are running a 64-bit OS make sure also you have disabled driver signature enforcement.
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  2.    4 Weeks Ago #2

    Thanks for this. Very helpful. I used a slightly modified version for my Intel 32 bit processor running Windows 10 pro and it worked fine.

    Just posting the details for Intel 32 bit.

    In my case, I instead of searching for "NTamd64.6.2" I had to replace "NTx.86.6.2" with "NTx.86.10.0"
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