MemberDecember 3, 2021 at 10:39 pm
@dameo182 – So, I have had that issue crop up before. Oddly enough, it is like an errata for taking in the information and figuring out how to interpret it.
This will sound pedantic, but have you tried rebooting the computer? Not lying, many times when the readings are acting really weird, it can be a misloaded generic driver, which rebooting is an easy way to reload those. I know the “off and on” trope of computer troubleshooting, but I would say give that a try. It also can be effected if left plugged in or plugged in after rebooting (I forgot which worked best for me). I use mine connected through a USB hub, so that is what has caused some of my issues and why I am recommending it (not trying to talk down to anyone). I just haven’t had it connected in a month or two, so I cannot remember exactly which way I did it.
But, it not giving options for the higher fidelity does suggest something is off in a loaded driver somewhere.