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How to fix E_NUI_NOTREADY
This error usually happens because of a bugged driver install, purging the drivers entirely and then reinstalling them should do the trick.
- With your Kinect connected, open Device Manager.
- Right-click each device in the Kinect for Windows category then click Uninstall device.
You want to ✓ Check the box that says Delete the driver software for this device.
Remove "Kinect for Windows Device" LAST! Or else everything will break.
- Unplug the Kinect from the PC.
- Open Windows Settings and go to apps.
- Search "Kinect" in the right search box then uninstall everything besides KinectToVR.
- Restart your PC.
- Open Windows Update and ensure that your computer is fully up-to-date.
- Go to Windows Security (Windows Defender) then Click on Device Security > Core Isolation and ensure that Memory Integrity is disabled.
You can re-enable it after successfully re-installing the Kinect drivers.
- Download and install the Kinect for Windows SDK v1.8
- Only after the installation has completed you can reconnect the Kinect to your PC.
- You should see four devices show up in the Kinect for Windows category in Device Manager as shown earlier.
- If you see all 4, you're good to go. If you don't follow with the extra steps below
Some devices are still missing
- Expand the Other Devices category in Device Manager
- You should see devices with names such as Audios, Xbox NUI Camera, Kinect for Windows Security Control, e.t.c.
- Right-click each of those and click Uninstall device
- LEAVE THE BOX UNCHECKED then click Uninstall.
- Once all Kinect-related devices have been removed from "Other Devices", unplug and replug the Kinect from your PC.
- All 4 devices should now appear in Kinect for Windows.