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USB rubber ducky unsupported by driver


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I am experiencing two issues with the Rubber Ducky. 

 

1) The rubber ducky is stated as a "other device" on my computer (Unconfirmed, but I believe it is meant to be recognized as a keyboard/HID)

 

 

 

2) The rubber ducky is claimed to be unsupported by my driver for my computer. The driver isn't outdated. (Assumed to be an issue with the SD card, but once again unconfirmed)

 

 

 

My computer is a windows 10 Dell laptop, everything with the USB and programming is working, except for the compatibility with the driver on my computer. I don't know if I'm missing something here, if I'm on the right track, or if the USB is broken.

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If you open device manager. 

In that it show as no drivers found for this. 

Then do this stuff. 

Watch this video carefully and instead of c_duck file use duck.hax file. Also all other steps are same. 

Note : Watch this video very carefully and don't miss any stap otherwise you will get errors. 

If you open device manager. 

In that it show as no drivers found for this. 

Then do this stuff. 

Watch this video carefully and instead of c_duck file use duck.hax file. Also all other steps are same. 

Note : Watch this video very carefully and don't miss any stap otherwise you will get errors. 

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