I have a Microsoft Surface Pro, running Windows 10, that I can not get to connect to my machine through Carbide Motion. When I install Carbide Motion it gets to the Device Driver Installation Wizard, when I select next it immediately tells me that the Drivers were successfully installed and should be working. It does not appear to be actually installing any drivers. I know this because I brought my Alienware laptop out to the shop, installed Carbide Motion and when I went through that process it clearly went through an install process during the device driver installation. That computer connected to the machine fine and I was able to run “Hello World”. I have searched through the community and found some old topics where it talked about un-signed drivers. Knowing that these drivers are signed I tried the solutions to those issues anyway with no luck. I really want to use the Surface Pro in the shop. My Alienware is a beast and would rather not have to disconnect from my desk setup each time I head to my shop. It’s either that or I buy a new computer. Which I am always willing to do, but want to exhaust all other options first.
Thanks in advance for any help you can give.