Windows 10: Driver Compatibility with Anniversary Update?

  1.    10 Sep 2016 #1

    Driver Compatibility with Anniversary Update?

    I'm probably going to do a clean install of Anniversary Update soon. Since it introduces new driver-signing rules, will I have a problem installing these drivers with Secure Boot enabled?

    Download IntelĀ® Rapid Storage Technology (IntelĀ® RST) RAID Driver (Dated: 12/12/2013) (Dated: 29 Jan 16)
    Webcam Pro 9000 - Logitech Support (Dated: 26-OCT-2012)
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  2.    10 Sep 2016 #2

    There is an issue with many webcams on AU particular Logitech Software ........look on the Forums here for more thread.

    Intel has AU Drivers but Windows will install it's own ...series 13.x.x.x not the 12 series....

    AU was released Aug 2nd so the Creative Driver may not be AU certified ? since it is Jan16th. ask on there Forums or Support , I don't know personally

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