This is the official one : http://www.wch.cn/download/CH341SER_EXE.htmlWhich one did you use ?Reinstalling FTDI is not needed. They are two drivers for two different usb products.Try to install the CH341SER once more, and restart your computer.It is possible that something is wrong in the settings of Windows 10 ow with the disk. Can you run a disk check ?
If you've only checked with one device, it could very well be a bad device, if it's not known working on other systems. I'm pretty sure those el-cheapo clones that cost less than a cup of coffee aren't tested before the sellers throw them into bags without static protection, slap on an false customs declaration and drop them in the mail... That said, I have abused the hell out of CH340G's and have yet to break one.
OK, Ive tried tried everything suggested here and everywhere else. I cannot get windows 10 to recognize the USB port with the CH340 clones. Reinstalled FTDI drivers and then tried to go back to the CH341SER drivers but I keep getting the "no 64 bit .INF found" error. Also tried several different cables. I know this has probably been asked 1000 times but I am losing hope. Thanks
This is the official one : http://www.wch.cn/download/CH341SER_EXE.html
McAfee warns that the site is a risk and if you ignore it and download McAfee warns the exe has trojan.
and then tried to go back to the CH341SER drivers
One thing I don't fully understand about the 340 driver is when I run the executable it says the drivers were previously installed even after I removed them