Download the drivers *.zip archive and extract the folder and move it to your desktop
Right-click on Start then click on Device Manager
In the Device, Manager Window click on the first item – your computer name
Click on Action then Add Legacy hardware
On the Welcome to the Add, Hardware Wizard window click on the Next button
Select Install the hardware that I manually select from a list (Advanced) and then click on the Next button
Click on Show All Devices then on the Next button
In the Add, Hardware window click on Have Disk button
In the Install From Disk, windows click on the Browse button
In the next window – Locate file – browse for the folder that you extracted on the desktop earlier
Select the version of the driver according to your Windows 10 version – x64 for 64-bit and x86 for 32 bit and click the Open button
Click the OK button to load the driver
If a red warning window will open, click on Install this driver software anyway this action will add the following drivers into the operating system MediaTek DA USB VCOM PortMediaTek PreLoader USB VCOM Port – for transferring the firmware to your deviceMTK USB Debug PortMTK USB Modem Port
MTK USB port – for transferring Preloader to your device (and recovery in case of bad or corrupt firmware)
Now you need to remove the device that you have installed but leave the drivers in the operating system.
Right-click and click Uninstall on the MTK USB PortIn the Confirm Device Uninstall window make sure that the box Delete the driver software for this device is empty you need to leave the drivers in the operating system and only remove the device that you added click on the OK button to finish the process next, connect the turned-off MTK device to the Windows 10 computer via USB and the device will be recognized either through a MediaTek Preloader USB VCOM Port interface or as an MTK USB port.