Thank you for your answer!
Oh, my bad! Looked through all posts in the "issues" area but didn't see the pinned topics.
I already updated to the newest dcm and installed the newest chipset drivers but I couldn't find the energy saving options in the device manager. I think they got removed with Windows 10. Instead, I disabled the "Windows can turn off USB-devices" in the energy saving settings - but with no success yet.
Anyway, I tried another USB port. The device didn't disconnect yet, so maybe I'm lucky and it works properly now. I keep you updated.
I didn't have the 'power saving' option on the eXtensible thing, but some of the others did - try turning them off just in case.
But yeah, it seems likely that one of your USB ports is lower power than the other - I find that sometimes the camera won't work in one port on my laptop so I have to put it in to the other one then it works fine!
This issue seems to be gone, thank you! It seems that the USB port of the other side of the laptop works without any problems.
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