Dave Rowles wrote:Conversely, my wife hates MacOS and uses windows 10. Nothing but problems, and we're currently battling a weird disk usage issue that is beyond my ability to fix, so going to have to get someone to do it for us.
Is that a mechanical or a SSD?
If it's the former I might have a few suggestions.
OneWorld wrote:Why would my graphics card install an audio driver?
Audio over HDMI to your TV. And the copy protection stuff already mentioned.
ef37a wrote: The drivers in my KA6 are good enough that they just overrule it, not all might?
They only work for your KA6. They wouldn't make the audio over hdmi work for instance. However, if you don't need audio over hdmi you can just remove the audio over hdmi drivers.
James Perrett wrote:They do - it is called Windows Embedded and is totally configurable to the way you want it. The only problem is that it isn't available through the usual channels so you have to go to an embedded computer specialist to obtain it.
It's expensive and they don't want to sell it to anyone not building cash machines and hospital heart monitors. We've got access to it, but we're talking £600+ per machine to install it under current licencing. I understand this may well change in the near future and am currently keeping an eye on it in case there is an outbreak of sanity along the way.