I've just compiled the driver and a tool for diagnosing known problems (below). The driver writes into the Windows DSKR folder via the Windows "NtSetInformation" API call. This is the basic requirement for Windows for a top down driver, most people should be able to just drop a copy of our driver in their Windows DSKR folder, lock it, and be done.
I'll continue to update the "CP2102 Windows Driver Locator" as problems are found too. This tool will also help you find the correct driver for most programs. Just search for the program name and the words "cp2102", "CP2102", etc. to find your exact driver(s)
But, uh, no. TI is famous for their designs. They released a Linux driver in 2008 - but only for their ST-based chips. The CP2102 uses a completely different controller, and as some TI engineers admit, they didn't invest in good drivers. I'm afraid that if you stick with the CP2102, it's likely it's the only thing you're going to get...
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