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Switching Attack Mode causes USB Device Not Recognized

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Whenever I switch from ATTACKMODE HID STORAGE to ATTACKMODE RNDIS_ETHERNET, Windows 10 (1607) gives me a USB Device Not Recognized. It seems like the OS is rejecting it because the device that is was before is no longer there, and it it's like, hey, this wasn't there a second ago...

I do get the USB device disconnects, and RNDIS_ETHERNET does work on this machine all by itself, but it seems that switching is the issue. Can anyone shed light on this?

Device manager shows up as Unknown USB Device (Configuration Descriptor Request Failed).

Edited by theonewhoknocks
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