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Smart SDR 3.5.8 gives driver error on my new Dell G10 Windows 11 machine.

Robert Johnk
Robert Johnk Member
Made several attempts to install the latest Smart SDR on my new Windows 11 laptop. No joy! Get a DAX driver error with each attempt. I have never seen this issue before. Sounds like I might have to wait for a new release of Smart SDR that corrects this problem. Will go back to my old Windows 10 machine to operate my Flex 6700. A bit disappointed I can't operate with my new machine. Hope this will get fixed soon. DE WB0VGD 73


  • Robert Johnk
    Robert Johnk Member
    Ok. I turned off the Windows 11 Core integrity feature and the drivers appeared. My system had a couple of crashes on reboot, but it stabilized and I was successful on the third try. Smart SDR works now and my RF Space SDR 14 works as well. This was all caused by Windows 11 blocking drivers. After perusing Microsoft, they recommended not trying to re-enable memory core integrity as this might cause additional problems. I will leave the memory core integrity off per their advice. My system seems stable now, but it does look like this procedure entails some risk. Be careful!

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