Roland, who make the venerable MIDI to USB interface the UM-1, and its more recent version the UM-1X, claim that they will not support Windows 10. And, indeed, when you install Windows 10 onto a machine with the UM-1X plugged in, it remains unrecognised by the new operating system. You can fix this with a text editor. Remember also you must set your Windows installation NOT to enforce driver signing. Please see the comments (below) for how to do this. Epson Xp 430 Driver Windows 10 on this page.
• Download from Roland the driver archive for Windows 8.1. Its filename is um1_w81d_v101.zip. • Unpack the archive. • If you have a 64-bit machine, browse within the archive to this folder: um1_w81d_v101 Files 64bit Files• Open the file RDIF1009.INF in your favourite text editor. • Edit line 33, changing:%MfgName%=Roland,NTamd64.6.2,NTamd64.7to%MfgName%=Roland,NTamd64.10.0,NTamd64.7• Edit line 42, changing: [Roland.NTamd64.6.2] to [Roland.NTamd64.10.0]• Save this file and exit the editor. One successful user reported that he plugged-in the UM-1 at this point. • Browse to your Device Manager by holding down the ‘Windows’ key, pressing ‘R’, then selecting “Device Manager” from the menu that appears.