Meteor Mic Fix for Windows Nicholas B February 21, 2022 22:45 Updated Follow Follow the attached instructions to install Meteor Mic's firmware update. This update can only installed on Windows systems. USB Microphone Windows 10 Recognization Issue.pdf 200 KB Download Meteor Mic firmware repair.zip 400 KB Download Meteor firmware repair instructions.docx 200 KB Download Related articles Using the Meteor Mic with Windows Computers Windows 10 Fixes How to Download Samson Sound Deck Software Meteor Mic Quickstart Using the Meteor Mic with Apple OSX Comments 36 comments Sort by Date Votes Jaroslaw Niebrzydowski April 16, 2021 16:24 Doesn’t it work with another computer or system either? 0 Comment actions Permalink vinicius ferraz pessoa farias April 16, 2021 17:22 Edited Neither...I have a PC and a macbook... Didn't work in any of them... 0 Comment actions Permalink Mart August 05, 2021 19:42 Q2U needs this fix as well. 1 Comment actions Permalink goza September 21, 2021 17:05 Edited The firmware program will not work if the device is still unrecognized. There needs to be much more support around this error. On doing this, I started getting random system hangs, which do not respond at all to CTRL ALT Delete. I have done the usual trouble shooting. Including, re-installing windows three times, re-seating everything, running MEMTEST86, replacing HDD with another brand new item etc windows 10. Every time the system hang happens (which requires cold restart), the following error is noted in event viewer prior to the crash . The driver \Driver\WudfRd failed to load for the device HID\VID_17A0&PID_0310&MI_03&Col02\8&6efcb10&0&0001. 0 Comment actions Permalink MOUJANE ABDELOUAHED January 07, 2022 17:26 Plug your MIC with a cable usb A or B to USB 2 port. Open the Windows Control Panel > Device Manager > double clickthe “USB Avanced Audio Device” item to open the USB Audio DeviceProperties dialog box. Go to the “Detailed” tab, get hardware ids : VID = 0D8C and PID = O1AF in this detailed tab : USB\VID_0D8C&PID_O1AF&REV * Launch the soft CM65XX Configuration ToolIn the bottom of the usb config tab * Past or input your hardware VID and PID (Each has 4 characters UPPERCASE / case sensitive !!!)* click Connect 3 results may occur when connected successfuly :==> 1st messagne box : eeprom empty (you need a bin file to burn on the eeprom)==> 2nd default info are shown in the usb config field then your MIC must recognized==>3rd default information or fiedls in the usb config is are empty, we will see later how to fix it. When the connection is failed, you will see a message box : "cannot find the HID device !!!'.(here check again that you have read the good VID and PID for the device and input this in uppercase) I am giving the solution for our fird scenario connected but default informations are not shown. So the Operating System will not recognize the MIC and will treat it as an Audio Avanced Device (generic). Always for your safety, you must have a file copy of your own device eeprom, not someone else eeprom !!! Back to the Bottom of the USB config tab >> click EEPROM=>FILE (it will save your eeprom to a binary file) !With a free hexadecimal program like PSPAD, we open our saved eeprom binary filewe will need to copy or grab from the binary eeprom file 3 informations in plain text 1st manufacter string : ex. Samson Technologies2nd product string ex. Samson Meteor Mic3rd serial string (this is unique for each product if availlable)Fill the proper field in the usb config tab fileds with those informationsClick on SAVE EEPROM in this tab's bottom When it is finished....close the program....disconnect and reconnect your MIC You can go further, just ask someone to connect a working mike like yours to the CM65XX eeprom configuration file and he or she will send to you screen shots of each program CM65XX tab, so you may correct or adjust some informations that maybe are erased, disabled or had their values changed (ex. usb setting, audio i/o configuration, eg, voltage...). If something wrong happed, just connect with your device VID and PID and write back your own saved eeprom binary file to your device file==>eeprom !That's all folks ! 0 Comment actions Permalink Steve February 21, 2022 22:45 I have the same issue. Device Descriptor Failed. However I am trying to connect it to a Windows 11 machine. I have an older Windows 10 machine that the mic works with. When I use this troubleshooting software to reset the EEPROM on that Windows 10 machine, it still can not connect. I found that for my Samson Meteorite USB Condenser Mic, the VID is 17A0 and PID is 0120. I put in those values, but, "Cannot find the HID device !!!" So I don't know what to do. On the Windows 11 machine, the device will not start. What the hell are we supposed to do, Samson?!?!?! 0 Comment actions Permalink « ‹ 1 2 Please sign in to leave a comment.