Forgive me if you have already tried these tweaks.
Make sure that in your BIOS\UEFI setting, under OS Type, that it is not set to “Other”, if it is, change it.
Disable “Intel Turbo Boot”
Change “XHCI mode” to manual
I know just how frustrating it can be. I hadn’t used my UR824 for almost 2 years because of driver issues, but very recently got it to work under Driver Version 2.0.3, Windows 10 22H2 by following all kinds of advice, that I’m not even sure what may have fixed it.
I’m agree with you.
I borrowed a UR22C yestoday. I thought it was because that UR44 not good working at USB3.
But UR22C have same issue.
Maybe I should try other brand.
The most ridiculous thing is that my 5$ mini USB audio interface works great.
Roland tend to use the term “rock solid” when it comes down to their drivers, so it would be interesting to hear from you just how reliable you find their drivers and its performance under different stresses, buffer size vs track count etc.
I mainly use VSTi’s and External Instrument’s and the UR seems to be holding up for now. Dreading any Windows updates that may conflict with the driver though.
Let us know how you get on, if you can find the time.