Try "View by connection" and check if that device is connected to usb controller
Also, Vidor consumes quite a bit and not all USB ports, especially if 2.0 will be able to sustain the required current especially when complex bitstreams are loaded
One thing i notice is that w10 doesn't make sound when i plug in the board, is this linked to the fact that device manager won't show anything about the vidor and if so, would it be a w10 problem or a Vidor driver problem?
Connecting sound will come when win10 detects device. For hi current consumption I recomment these nimi usb cables that was done for supporting hi current charging.
That made my day! Thanks so much Limba, I tryed with 4 different cable, three of them with no luck, the last one (with the difference that was shielded) was succesful in connecting the device! Now I have updated the bootloader and I can start playing with it.