Hmm, seems I'm having bad luck here at this forum at the moment. No one able to take a guess?
Anyway, digging around a bit more on my own. I recall that in cleaning up that precious disk space mentioned in my former post. Which I needed to be able to create an boot USB drive with WIN10 via microsoft (for another micro computer). I removed: Visual C++ Redistributable for Visual Studio 2015.
According to this thread:
It seems to be needed to be able to run Axoloti patcher. Is that correct? That redistributable was/is around 4GB hard disk space IIRC.
I tried Axoloti 2.0 and my board installs the firmware but I couldn't run any demo patches but didn't really expect them to either since it being a pre-release (experimental) version.
So I downgraded back to 1.0.12 or whatever version it is. Connection fine with board but when, again, trying demo patches it complains alot regarding java-gibberish (many lines of different errors/issues but many if not all contains java somewhere in them).
Does anyone know if abovementioned visual c++ redistributable would solve this?
Or am I at an entirely different problem now?
Sorry I don't have any screenshot this time...