Of course, as always it is a very good idea to install it first on a non-production machine.
In order to avoid corruption of Dax Drivers it is important to slavishly follow ALL instructions found in the smart SSDR release notes including Tim's very well done instructions for completely removing SSDR.
All that said it seems to work quite well so far. The most important part, SSDR 2.3.9 (2.4.9 does not yet work for me) I have not put it through its paces yet but I have not found anything to be broken though I am sure that there will be the inevitable problems to be found in any new release.
In a few weeks I might even consider installing to my production PC. Meanwhile, have fun.
Tim's procedure is far and above the best and ultimately the most sure and certain way to prevent the problem.
Of course there is always the option of leaving well enough alone and staying with what you have got but what's the fun in that :).
Although I have not had a problem for some time with a windows update here is what I do if I run into trouble and works like a charm each time.
1. Make backup of all SSDR profiles (Global, TX & MIC)
2.Make notes of all of your CAT settings.
3.Uninstall SSDR including DAX drivers
4.Update Windows 10
5. Reinstall latest version of SSDR
6. Go to windows sound settings and change back to default windows sound device
7. Check or Re-enter your CAT settings
That’s it your done!
Yes I know this is a
bit of a pane in the butt but if you run into trouble after a windows
update this just works!
I have Windows 10 Home Edition. I do not believe it has the feature that allows the user to block automatic updates and thus control the when and if of choosing to update or not. Is anyone else using Home Edition? What have you done to prevent an automatic update and all the problems that come with it?