SST isn’t really a work around but Win10 throws the not verified software when installing. Slightly worried that Win11 security features will cause an issue with SST, but think that’s a not too much of a concern really. But since I was mentioning drivers I thought I would put “/SST” on there.
Away from the computer to confirm if I’m using 22.214.171.124, but the drivers have been problematic for me because they are not verified drivers. I had to do the dig into device manager and select the more generic named driver instead of the one Windows assigns. Again, not hard to work around but seems like it all happens because they are older drivers. I’m afraid security features in Win11 will lock this down even more to where it is an issue where it breaks something since Logitech isn’t going to fix them.
I’ve installed the 126.96.36.199 drivers and SST software several times and have never seen W10 throwing the not verified warning. I’ve only had 2 problems using the drivers and sofware. The first is that on two occasions the SST profiler seemed to lose the scan code for a single key stroke and didn’t transmit the key stroke from an assigned button. A reinstall of the drivers seemed to fix it, though. The second was trying to install the Vjoy virtual joystick drivers. For some reason the Vjoy installer doesn’t completely finish and the result was that the Saitek drivers were trashed. When I tried to reinstall the Saitek drivers, after completely uninstalling them, the reinstall process would not recognize that the X65F was plugged in. My only remedy was to go back to an earlier W10 system restore point. Be careful when trying the Vjoy drivers, create a W10 restore point first, just in case.